Completion and Refurbishment: King Aerospace Launches Bizliner Program

Aviation International News » November 2007
November 6, 2007, 2:53 AM

King Aerospace has launched what it calls the “Ultra VVIP Customization Program,” which will expand the Ardmore, Okla. shop’s capabilities well beyond its traditional midsize and large business jet refurbishment market. King was formed 14 years ago by Jerry King-Echevarria, who had previous experience with bizliner cabin refurbishment and completion work at Associated Air Center. King Aerospace is at work on an L-1011 and a 737, both major refurbishment projects. According to Don Salisbury, director of corporate aviation services, the company is capable of handling aircraft as large as a Boeing 747SP and has plans for facilities expansion in the near future.
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