Aviation company Comlux has signed a contract with Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJ) for the delivery of an additional ACJ320neo aircraft.

The contract marks the fourth ACJ320neo aircraft and the 20th Airbus corporate jet ordered by Comlux.

Comlux Completion will perform the cabin fitting for the new aircraft in Indianapolis, US.

Comlux chairman and CEO Richard Gaona said: “Airbus and Comlux have both made a business out of setting new standards, of which the ACJ320neo and our growing fleet of them are the latest examples.

“We are already the largest customer for ACJ320neo family aircraft, all powered by the new CFM International LEAP-1A engine. Together with our extensive outfitting experience, plus four NEO cabins booked for completion at our centre in Indianapolis, we are in a leading position.”

The ACJ320neo aircraft belongs to Airbus A320neo family of aircraft. The fleet is equipped with new engines and wingtip-mounted Sharklets.

ACJ president Benoit Defforge said: “Time-saving comfort and aircraft availability are vital in the corporate jet world, and our airliner heritage enables us to deliver more of these with the ACJ320neo family than anyone else plus the benefit of unbeatable lifecycle costs.”

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Around 15,000 aircraft from the A320 family have so far been ordered by airlines and corporate jet customers.