Pats Aircraft Systems (now ALOFT AeroArchitects) has delivered a BBJ3 to its Middle Eastern customer.
The interior described as “quite elegant” and “a dynamic space in which to relax or work in” included a customised in-flight entertainment system with simultaneous audio-visual on-demand (AVoD) available at 70 separate locations around the aircraft, and inflight use of mobile phones.
Marking the 14th such turnkey interior completion performed by the Georgetown, Del.-based center’s president, John Martin advised the interior weight and cabin noise suppression met customer expectations and as with all BBJs, it is equipped with the Pats auxiliary fuel system, this one with four auxiliary tanks holding 2,000 gallons of fuel, good for 1,000 nm more range.
To-date we have no released photo of the aircraft or interior.
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