This outstanding aircraft is based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and may be viewed by appointment.
Computer Maintenance Tracking Program: CAMP
Inspection Program: Airbus MPD Rev. 42 (A Checks at 6 Months, C Checks at 24 Months)
– 6C Check & 12-Year Items c/w October, 2013 (Included: 1A, 2A, 3A, 1C, 2C, 3C & 5C)
– Last Physical W&B c/w June, 2016
FMGC upgraded to HWL H2l11 (Release 1A) via Airbus SB 22-1270 R04, 22-1288 R02 and 22-1358 R01
All three SEC upgraded to STD 123 Hardware B via Airbus SB 27-1230 R00
Both FWC upgraded to Standard H2-F7 via Airbus SB 31-1414 R02
BSCU upgraded to STD L4.9B (EMM) via Airbus SB 32-1361 R00 & 32-1387 R00
Engines: In June 2011, installed new Hardware Standard (HPT Stage 2 Air Seal & HPT Stage 1 Outer Air Seal) thru IAE Commercial Support Offer on both Engines)
APU: In June 2008, replaced 2nd Stage Rotor by overhauled unit (CSN: 30’123 / TSN: 19’428), plus replaced Turbine Wheel with new unit
3 Additional Center Tanks (ACT), Fuel Sequence A – Config. C (ACT #1, ACT #2 & ACT #3 in Aft Cargo Compartment)
200 Liter Water Tank Installation in Aft / Bulk Cargo Compartment (Lufthansa Technik Modification)
External Camera System: 3 Cameras (Securaplane), including Quad & Down Zoon Cameras (Lower FWD Fuselage), plus Tail Camera (mounted on Tail Extremity)
||Twenty-Two (22) Passengers
|Flight Observer Seat:
||One (1) Cockpit Observer Seat
||One (1) Crew Rest Seat at Aft Cabin
The cabin completion was performed by EADS Sogerma, Toulouse, France in 2003 and was partially refurbished in 2011 by AMAC Aerospace. Executive interior with seating, certified for takeoff and landing, for a maximum of 22 passengers.
The forward lounge is equipped with swivel armchairs (single VIP type seats), located at the forward left side and aft right side of the compartment here and there of the desk. Additionally, a two-seat divan is installed at the forward left side of the compartment, plus a five-seat divan at the aft right side of the compartment. All eleven seats of the divans and armchairs are certified to be used during takeoff and landing, except the lateral seat with foldable backrest, being part of the five-seat divan. Stowage compartments with access flaps are integrated in the lower divan portions adequate for stowing bed linen and pillows. The stowage surfaces are made of wood veneer with inlays, metal-plated and leather, and the divan cushions are made of high quality textile.
Two foldable leaf desks with fixed height are installed between the single armchairs of the forward lounge on the left side and the right side, and two small floor-mounted high/low tables are located near the five-seat divan. These tables are fixed to the floor by seat tracks and hard points and they are adjustable in height. Four foldable leaves are installed on each table to allow the surface adjustment. The desks and each table are made of wood veneer with inlays, leather, metal-plated ledges and accessories. A bed with a surface of approximately 2 m x 1.6 m (approx. 78.74 in x 62.99 in) is installed in the bedroom. A drawer-type stowage is installed below the bed, and a bench is located at the aft area of the bedroom.
The aft lounge is equipped with single and double swivel armchairs (VIP type seats), located at the forward left side and aft right side of the compartment here and there of the desk. A two-seat and a three-seat divan are installed at the aft left side, respectively forward right side of the compartment. Both divans and all the armchairs (11 seats in total) are certified to be used during takeoff and landing. A foldable leaf desk is installed between the single armchairs at the left side and it is a fixed height desk with a smooth and wood veneer work surface. At the right side, a foldable leaf table, which can be electrically adjusted in height and equipped with foldable leaves, is installed between the double armchairs. The table is made of wood veneer, leather and bronze-plated metal parts.
A crew rest area is located in the aft cabin consisting of a single executive reclining couch with screens / partition doors to separate it from rest of the cabin.
The recently upgraded Passenger Entertainment System (PES) with eight (8) Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) players located in the VCC and one (1) local DVD player in the bedroom as source components routes video signal to the following monitors: one 8.4’’ monitor in the VCC, one 15’’monitor in the crew area, one 20’’ monitor in the forward lounge, one 20” monitor in the bedroom, one 20” monitor in the aft lounge, one 42’’monitor in the forward lounge, and one 42” monitor in the aft lounge.
Universal remote controls are installed in the forward lounge, bedroom, and aft lounge. For audio broadcasting, Hi-Fi loudspeakers are installed in the forward lounge, bedroom, and aft lounge.
The six-channel Satcom provides satellite voice and data communications, using the AEROCOM 3000 Cabin Telephone Unit (CTU) as an interface between the baseband equipment (corded handsets) and the Satcom Receiver/Transmitter. SwiftBroadband high-speed data is available via a WiFi router.
In 2011, the cabin interior was refurbished as follows: replacement of the crew seat in the forward galley by a storage cabinet with drawer compartment and standard size AEROLUX fridge, re-upholstering all single and double armchairs and two and three-seat divans in forward and aft lounges and aft crew area, including replacement of seat belt webbing, re-upholstering ceiling and valance panels and side ledges in forward and aft lounges and hallway, re-varnished all wood veneer, replacement of existing carpet and underlayment in the forward and aft lounges, bedroom and hallway, replacement of shade fabric and inner and outer panes of the existing window shades, and re-plating of all metal parts as per designer specifications.
Two galley units are installed in the passenger cabin: one in the forward entry / Door 1 Area (G1 galley), and one in the AFT Door Area (G5 galley). A buffet with integrated fridge is installed in the aft area left-hand side of the aft Lounge.
The aircraft is equipped with three lavatories: a standard forward left-hand Lavatory A, a mid-cabin right-hand bathroom with shower, and an enlarged aft left-hand Lavatory D. The lavatory housing consists of a watertight floor tray, side wall panels and a rigid door. The door is lockable and opens outwards. The bathroom is equipped with two coat stowage’s, waste container, roll dispenser, general and special illumination (ceiling light, spot light, mirror light and night light), a large decorative mirror, an enlarged washstand with metal-plated sink, decorative taps, large mirror and handrail, a cylindrical shower with decorative accessories connected to the potable and waste water systems, and a toilet equipped with a hygienic shower and a flexible spray head with cold/warm water supply.
The forward cargo compartment is used to carry baggage of up to 2,200 kg with a volume of approximately 280 cu ft.
All over Matterhorn White on entire fuselage with two stripes (Yellow-gold & Sable-brown) on mid-fuselage, vertical stabilizer and wing fences.