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ACH (Airbus Corporate Helicopters), Airbus’ private and business helicopter brand, will put on a tour de force with a range of helicopters during the Monaco Yacht Show, the world’s greatest super yacht event that runs at Port Hercule this week until September 30.
Clients will be able to visit ACH, alongside sister brand Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJ), at the Monaco Yacht Club regatta deck where they will be presented with Airbus’ vision for business aviation: a tailored solution supported by a personalised 24/7 worldwide service enabling global and point-to-point travel, the company said.
In addition, the company will be launching the ACH Yacht Interface App, a tool dedicated to supporting yacht designers and shipbuilders to integrate ACH aircraft into their yacht projects.
Frederic Lemos, head of ACH said, “Based on a long heritage of engineering excellence developing private and business aviation solutions, today ACH is poised to deliver across this diverse but exclusive market and meet the high expectations and on demand travel requirements. In addition to its use as a flying tender, ACH aircraft offer enhanced emergency, leisure, business and exploration opportunities”.
Launched earlier this year at EBACE, Europe’s premier business aviation event, ACH claims to offer discerning businesses and ultra-high net worth individuals a personalised, tailored ownership experience, dedicated to catering to a wide range of customers, from those who can now afford to pursue their ambition of flying, to those for whom the helicopter is a tool or private luxury means of transport.
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