Four Corner Aviation Now Offers Extra-Large Cabin ACJ TwoTwenty


Inside the Airbus Corporate Jets. | Image from Airbus

The Dallas-based company announced that it has reached an agreement with Airbus Corporate Jets to offer a new business jet to Corporate Jet as a Service customer: the ACJ TwoTwenty.

The Airbus ACJ TwoTwenty features 786 square feet of floor area space, about three times as much as the typical business jet. It can fly twelve hours non-stop, with a range of up to 5,650 nautical miles.

Four Corners Aviation, based in Dallas, Texas, stated in a press release that the company is revolutionizing business air travel by offering its customers the best service, convenience, and flexibility while providing the best value to its shareholders.

The company claims to offer the most comprehensive suite of solutions in today’s business aviation industry. Four Corners Aviation provides a range of services, allowing business jet users to enjoy the freedom, flexibility, and convenience of full ownership without the headaches, responsibilities, and expenses.

Four Corners’ assets and operations encompass airline management as well as charter services. The company’s fleet includes Cessna Citation, Embraer Phenom, Bombardier Challenger, and Gulfstream corporate jets.

The firm is an ARGUS platinum-rated charter operator, hence handling a broad fleet based in the United States with operations around the world. It is through its fleet that the company was able to create Freedom by Four Corners Aviation.

It represents a revolutionary way for clients to enjoy the multiple benefits of private jet travel, free from the worry of ownership, financing, operating, insuring, managing the crew, maintaining, or any of the additional issues surrounding private jet travel.

The company is now adding the ACJ TwoTwenty extra-large cabin business jet to its offerings. Four Corners announced in December that they reached an agreement with Airbus Corporate Jets to offer the high-end business jet to Corporate Jet as a Service customer.

President and COO at Four Corners Aviation, Cameron Gowans, explained, “We are very pleased to be able to offer the ACJ TwoTwenty to our clientele. The reliability of the Airbus platforms, excellent customer support, third-lower key operating cost drivers, and twice better residual value vs. other large business jets, while delivering true intercontinental range, make the ACJ TwoTwenty very attractive to our ‘Freedom’ customers.”

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