Jet Aviation Ramping Up To Meet Demand

Aviation International News » July 2011
June 30, 2011, 9:14 AM

Jet Aviation has signed another BBJ2 cabin completion contract with an unidentified customer, even as the Basel, Switzerland-based center gears up to meet growing demand for single-aisle and twin-aisle airliner reconfigurations.

Jet Aviation has completed more than 30 such interior outfitting projects over the past 15 years and this year expects to deliver several executive aircraft, including a Boeing 747-300, a Boeing 757-200, two Airbus A340s and an Airbus A319.

“Interest in customized completions of both widebody and narrowbody aircraft continues to be high,” said Eugen Hartl, v-p of sales, market development and customer services for Jet Aviation’s completions business unit.

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