Airbus Helicopters has launched Airbus Corporate Helicopters (ACH) that are suitable complement to corporate and VIP customers.
CH’s offering comes in three different product lines. First is ACH Line, which is based on Airbus Corporate Helicopters’ in-house style concept. This interior cabin line is the suitable match for those looking for a light and efficient design. Clean lines and spare style, the company announced Monday.
Second is ACH Exclusive. This interior line responds to those looking for a truly exclusive environment with the highest standards of refinement, luxury and comfort.
Third is ACH Editions. It is a portfolio of Airbus Corporate Helicopters special collaborations and partnerships with luxury brands and designers, ranging from Hermes to Mercedes Benz and including designs by world-renown designer Peder Eidsgaard.
Availability of aircraft is increasingly important to all customers, but this is especially true for the VIP market where low annual use of the helicopter brings high expectations when the aircraft is required.
To address this, ACH will introduce HCare First, a tailored version of HCare, the rotorcraft industry’s most comprehensive support package, which provides a concierge-style service providing support anywhere across the globe.
With the launch of ACH, Airbus becomes the only aerospace manufacturer to offer range of jets and helicopters. Today the company is leveraging its aerospace pedigree through a distinctive range of aircraft for both corporate and VIP customers in the high end, luxury market.
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