Although the ACJ318 is the smallest of the Airbus corporate jet family, it doesn't lack space. In fact, it is only the fuselage's length which has been shortened and the cabin maintains the impressive 3.7m width and 2.25m height of the larger ACJ319, 320 and 321. The benefits of this are countless, as, combined with such a spacious cabin, are the capacity to land at airports inaccessible to longer aircraft, London City for example, for which the ACJ318 is certified. The ACJ318's luxurious interior easily accommodates 18 passengers and the cabin is divided into 4 different sections, including lounge areas and a private room that doubles as an office and a comfortable bedroom. The extra fuel tanks on the aircraft extend its range to nearly 8000km, making it fully capable of intercontinental journeys. Launched in 2005 as the A318, before its rebranding in 2011, the ACJ318 is also the youngest of the Airbus corporate jet range and features the best of modern aviation technology.