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Welcome Home: Airbus ACJ350 XWB VIP interior concept

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October 29, 2018

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Travelers who spend a lot of time in the air may feel the plane is their second home, so Lufthansa Technik is a global aviation service company based in Germany, which in the past has provided some amazing interiors, has created an interior concept for the spacious Airbus ACJ350 XWB which they call "Welcome Home".

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Surprisingly, the cabin area in the ACJ350 XWB is as much as 270 m. This figure corresponds to the area of the whole country house. Such a scale in the squares allows you to play on board the most daring and fantastic interiors. ACJA350 is presented with an increased flight range. Now he can fly up to 20,000 km with a workload of 25 passengers, which is comparable with 22 hours of flight.

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The design, which was recently presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of Business Aviation (NBAA) in Orlando, aims to create flexible living spaces that can be opened and merged or closed to ensure complete privacy depending on the needs of the moment.

The front of the cabin is dedicated to family space with a VIP bathroom and bedroom, as well as a living room and office. In the living room, the living room provides relaxation and comfort. The formal dining area seats eight people, and the full galley supports a range of sumptuous dishes. Four private rooms have two bathrooms.

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The ceiling and walls are equipped with patented diffused lighting elements, creating the atmosphere of Lufthansa Technik, called “Living Lining”. The level and color of the lights are controlled by a mobile device. To promote healthy and fresh cooking on board, the new inductive kitchen platform Lufthansa Technik has been built into the galley, providing fast and efficient cooking, without losing heat.

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Designers retained their most unique feature for the latter - a fully equipped spa, tucked into the tail of the aircraft. Tired travelers can enjoy a massage, a relaxing steam bath and a massage shower.

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