Jet Works and Odyssey Promote Quick-turn Refurbs

Aviation International News » April 2012
April 6, 2012, 3:05 AM

Jet Works Air Center and Odyssey Aerospace Components, both of Denton, Texas, are promoting quick-turn cabin refurbishments, relying on the extensive experience of both companies in the outfitting business.

“We have the combined talent for a quick interior refresh or a complete conversion, combined with a regular maintenance event, resulting in minimal down time,” said Jet Works president Trey Bryson.

One of the more recent successes was an interior refurbishment during which the aircraft was actually made available for a mission during the scheduled process.

Odyssey is privately held by Greenpoint Technologies of Kirkland, Wash., a center specializing in the executive outfitting of Boeings. Odyssey produces high-end cabinetry, from ship-sets to one-off. Jet Works is an independent center specializing in repair and refinishing of cabinetry, upholstery, galley and lavatories, along with interior reconfigurations.

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