Greenpoint Takes On First Airline Project

Aviation International News » October 2013
October 7, 2013, 12:55 AM

Greenpoint Technologies in Kirkland, Wash., is best known for its green interior outfitting of executive and government variants of Boeing airliners. More recently, in August, the company announced it has contracted for a build-to-print and testing program that includes manufacturing interior bar units, coat closets and video control cabinets for eight new Boeing 777-200 airliners.

With the customer providing engineering and certification, the first article inspections start in early December and deliveries are slated to begin in February next year. All 24 units are to be delivered before the end of next year.

This is the first airline interiors program for Greenpoint’s manufacturing division.

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