Helmond, Netherlands-based Glass Deco International recently introduced a new glass that it claims, tongue-in-cheek, is most definitely not “a breakthrough” technology.
List Components of Austria (Stand 165) has selected Ontario, Canada-based Flying Colours (Stand 1935) as its preferred completion center in North America for its stone flooring and countertops in all aircraft types. Flying Colours recently installed a List stone floor in a Bombardier Global 5000 and has been chosen to install a similar floor in a Bombardier Challenger 601.
Marble interior specialist Marbrerie Crepet Agencement (Stand 1054) is exhibiting for the first time at an EBACE show. Established almost 100 years ago as a part of the funeral industry, the French company has turned its hand to private and business aircraft for the past 15 years, working with marble, granite, rare and semi-precious stones and new composite materials including quartz.
In a joint effort, Ruag Aviation’s completion and refurbishment specialists and List components and furniture have outfitted the first Global 5000 to include true stone flooring in the entry and galley areas, as well as in the crew and passenger lavatory.
Elliott Aviation recently completed its first transformation of a Hawker 700A cabin