First Chinese client for AMAC Aerospace


ACJ319 interior designed by Alberto Pinto

AMAC Aerospace based in Basel, Switzerland wins its first completion for a Chinese customer.
ACJ319 interior designed by Alberto Pinto

ACJ319 interior designed by Alberto Pinto.

AMAC Aerospace has won a contract to complete an ACJ319 for a Chinese client. The aircraft will undergo a complete nose to tail completion using designs provided by world renowned interior designer Alberto Pinto.

The project is slated to begin in t the summer of 2014, be completed and re-delivered in early 2015. This will be the third ACJ319 that AMAC has worked on and the first for an Asian customer. The work will be carried out at the EuroAirport Basel, Switzerland.

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The ACJ319 interior will feature 10 business class seats, night configuration for sleeping, VIP shower, two VIP lavatories and a VIP aft galley.

Along with the cabin interior, the aircraft will be fitted with the most to date communications and entertainment systems.

Bernd Schramm, group chief operation officer for AMAC, said: “Alberto Pinto has built a reputation for creating interiors that showcase an environment in a manner that reflects the personality of the owner and we are looking forward to translating these high-end quality designs into a beautiful interior on behalf of our client. It is also extremely exciting for us that we will be applying our expertise to an aircraft from the Asia region. Once completed, AMAC expects this to be one of the finest, most technologically capable aircraft in the world.”

AMAC Aerospace was founded in 2007 and is headed by group executive chairman and CEO, Kadri Muhiddin.