MEBAA Convention News

Fokker Lands 737 VIP Completion

 - December 9, 2014, 9:45 AM
Here at MEBA Fokker is showcasing the SkyView (Stand 600), which was first revealed at EBACE in May as an option for the BBJ.

Fokker Services concluded a contract with Boeing to provide a 737-800 head-of-state VIP completion for an undisclosed Asian customer. The aircraft is due for delivery to the company’s facility in the Netherlands, and it is due for redelivery in August 2016.

“We are proud that our VIP completions, design concepts and craftsmanship are acknowledged and highly appreciated by one of the most important leaders in the aviation industry,” commented Johan van Dorst, sales director for Fokker’s completion and conversion business. “This VIP completion award, together with the development of the SkyView panoramic window for BBJs being on track, will bring our relationship with Boeing to new levels.”

Here at MEBA Fokker is showcasing the SkyView (Stand 600), which was first revealed at EBACE in May as an option for the BBJ. Spanning three standard window frames, the SkyView offers a 54.5-inch wide window that is also deeper than standard windows, with a height of 19.5 inches.