Completion and Refurbishment: Jormac Introduces Bin/Liners for Bizliners

Aviation International News » November 2007
November 6, 2007, 3:03 AM

Jormac Aerospace, a Yankee Pacific division, has developed an overhead bin/cabin liner for Boeing 727, 737 and 757 single-aisle aircraft as a solution to storage in the staff seating areas of executive versions of these aircraft. The bins are 28 percent larger than standard airliner bins and can accommodate wheel-first stowage of most carry-on bags. The bins also feature interior LED lighting and incorporate acoustic technology Jormac developed for its cabin liner panels. The bin/liner package is available in fully integrated, custom lengths tailored to the client-specified interior layout, with a delivery time of 18 weeks. Other features include lightweight blade-type window shades, custom colors, latch finishing and coverings, upwash and/or downwash LED lighting and PSUs with personal drop-down video units. Zenda Leather Moves from Ground to Air

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