Airbus Infinito – The First Convertible Private Jet

ACJ319neo_Infinito_Cabin cinema

ACJ319neo_Infinito_Cabin cinema. Credit: Airbus S.A.S.

Airbus Corporate Jets and Atelier Pagani Automobili, joined hand to design a super luxurious private jet Airbus ACJ319neo, called as Infinito (infinity in Italian) jet. Atelier Pagani Automobili is an Italian company which manufactures only 45 supercars per year, the company also manufactures carbon fibre.

The wonderful and unique feature of this Infinito cabin is its sky ceiling. Just click a button and you will get to see a live view of the sky above the aircraft into the cabin or display any other images too. This gives the feeling of airiness and space, making the aircraft living up to its name Infinito. The interior has the combination of state-of-the-art composite material such as Carbo Titanium which is used for the first time in aircraft building. This falls in line with Pagani philosophy: “Art and Science can walk together hand in hand.” It is far more lavish than the regular Airbus A919neo. Pagani designers say they took inspiration from the famous Italian Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci.

ACJ319neo_Infinito_Conference and dining

ACJ319neo_Infinito_Conference and dining. Credit: Airbus S.A.S.

Other than the transparent ceiling, Infinito has countless impressive features. LED and mood lights evoke a relaxing ambience. The carpets on board are made from soft-leather and carbon fibre is used for making the furniture. The walls between zones – even the one between lounge and conference areas, can be switched from opaque to transparent at the touch of a button. The interior brings together the best of the supercar and business jet worlds.

The aircraft can carry eight passengers on board comfortably for 6,750 nm/12,500 km or 15 hours without refuelling. Though Airbus has not revealed the price of Infinito, it is surely targeting the few wealthiest around the world, as the regular Airbus A919neo model costs £77 million ($130 million).

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