Denton, Texas-based aircraft cabinetry and interiors manufacturer Odyssey Aerospace Components named Randy Kempf its senior director of operations. In his new role, he will oversee the cabinet and precision machining facilities. Kempf has extensive manufacturing and machining operations experience, holding leadership roles as president and CEO at Dallas-based Manufacturing Aerospace Industrial for the past 13 years.
Denton, Texas-based Odyssey Aerospace Components is excited to bring samples of its VVIP 747-8 interior cabinetry to EBACE 2013. At Booth 1027 attendees can closely examine the quality of the company’s business jet custom cabinetry. “Back in Texas we are in the middle of many design reviews [on the 747-8] and the results are positive,” said Trey Bryson, president of Odyssey Aerospace Components.
Denton, Texas-based Odyssey Aerospace Components (Booth 1027) has brought samples of its VVIP 747-8 interior cabinetry to EBACE 2013. “Back in Texas we are in the middle of many design reviews [on the 747-8] and the results are positive,” said Trey Bryson, president of Odyssey Aerospace Components. “Seeing the cabinets and sidewalls laid out room by room takes up a good portion of our finish floor.”
Odyssey Aerospace Components (Booth No. 1585) continues to solidify its place in the executive aircraft cabinetry business. And to ensure that reputation remains throughout the entire process, the Denton, Texas-based company supports its completion center clients by sending the same artisans and craftsmen who build the cabinets to the center to manage the installation. “This ensures the cabinetry receives the greatest care and handling throughout the completion process,” said Stephen Zurel, installation site manager for parent company Greenpoint Technologies.
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.
Seven former Million Air FBOs have joined in a marketing partnership with Odyssey Aviation Bahamas to form a new Odyssey Aviation FBO network. The seven new Odyssey FBOs are located at New Orleans (Lakefront Airport); Asheville, N.C.; Charleston, S.C.; Chicago (Midway Airport); Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio; and Lafayette, La. Odyssey Aviation Bahamas was also a Million Air franchisee until early last year.