AMAC Aerospace, based in Switzerland, recently completed work on a Bombardier Global Express that was conceived by the AMAC design team. The new cabin configuration consists of five single and two double business class seats as well as berths for sleeping.
The Global Express features wood, microfiber and different types of leather in reworking the seat backs, arm rests, bulkheads along with 3 tables and 2 divans. Brand new carpet was installed throughout the cabin and a new VIP lavatory is one the highlights of the refurbishment.
By the end of the year, AMAC will also complete work on a Boeing 747 that will include first-class seating in the forward cabin area along with with 2 bedrooms, office and main lounge. The 2nd quarter of 2015 will see an Airbus ACJ319 roll out of the hanger incorporating the heavy use of carbon fiber.