Peek inside the $87 million Airbus ACJ319


With the worlds widest and tallest jet cabin, the Airbus ACJ319 is fit for a billionaire. While we were thoroughly impressed with the Airbus A380 VIP ‘Flying Palace’ Interior, but the Airbus ACJ319 gives a new dimension to luxury. The aircraft operated by VVIP charter company Comlux is a business class jet that is equipped with an upmarket office and a home. The plush Airbus comprises of workspaces, lounge areas, bedrooms, and bathrooms providing the ultimate corporate comfort. The main lounge is adorned with cream-colored leather seats and couches with a touch of soft pile beige carpet for ultimate relaxation. The wood grain polished tables with small lamps with trimmed red roses complete the décor.


The room also has a large wall-mounted television screens and a big dining table for family meals. The private bedroom in the Airbus has a double bed made up with a scrumptious quilt, a three-seater sofa with another wall-mounted television.

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Adjoining the bedroom is a private study for important business work.


The opulent bathroom is decorated with sparkling gold taps and a big shower. Besides, the owners can also give the interiors a custom fit as per their comfort and needs.


The Airbus ACJ319 is one of the largest private jets on the market with a cabin height of 2.25 meters and a width of 3.7 meters. The fully fitted business charter is worth is $87 million and is sold to billionaires, governments and corporations.

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The ACJ319 jet is currently in Australia for the first time and is open for inspection by appointment at the Avalon Air Show this week.

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