Jet Aviation re-delivers Boeing BBJ1
Jet Aviation Basel has re-delivered its 25th Boeing BBJ with a custom VIP cabin interior and aircraft livery. The work took the Basel facility nine months to complete.
Adam White, senior director of completions engineering at Jet Aviation Basel, says: “Our ability to outfit a green aircraft with innovative design, state-of-the-art technology and uncompromising luxury within such a timeline really underscores great teamwork and cooperation.”
Following completion and certification of the VIP cabin interior, the BBJ1 then received a complex paint livery.
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Neil Boyle, vice president and general manager of the Jet Aviation Basel Completions Center, says: “Customers appreciate the scope of our in-house capabilities and our commitment to the highest standards. Through our continual investment in new technologies and training, we developed a novel approach to reducing sound levels in VIP interiors with this project, and did so without burdening the aircraft with unnecessary weight.
“We also created an exquisite VIP cabin interior and aircraft livery that truly showcases our expertise and craftsmanship. Our goal is to deliver the most benefit to our clients, which this redelivery clearly demonstrates.”
Jet Aviation Basel began BBJ completions in 1999.