Comlux Upgrades VIP Widebody

Aviation International News » March 2014
March 4, 2014, 2:45 AM

Upgrades to the cabin of charter operator Fly Comlux’s 767 BBJ are complete and the aircraft is back in charter service. The Bahrain-based jet’s interior enhancements include re-upholstered seats in the executive cabin and entourage section, and new in-flight entertainment system, humidification system and carpeting. SwiftBroadband satcom for high-speed Wi-Fi Internet and a GSM onboard system has been installed throughout the cabin.

“With this upgrade program, we are investing a lot to provide an even more luxurious and modern environment to our VIP passengers,” said Andrea Zanetto, Fly Comlux CEO. With three different cabin compartments, the 63-passenger 767 has been one of the company’s most successful top-end charter aircraft since it joined the fleet two years ago. “Its great and unique cabin arrangement makes it the perfect aircraft for world leaders, including governments and royal families,” he said.

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