BizJet’s work package included a complex program of major maintenance checks and refurbishment; including the removal and re-installation of the complete cabin, several interior modifications, the installation and the update of electronic equipment.
In the past years, BizJet invested about three million USD in the expansion of its infrastructure, including the extension of shops, acquisition of new machines and employee training. Besides its completion capabilities, the company’s portfolio also includes modernization and refurbishment of cabin interiors in the second life market.
Michael G. Wuebbling, Senior Manager of Maintenance in Boeing’s Corporate Flight department commented: “We are very satisfied with the results BizJet has provided for both aircraft. They showed great responsiveness and flexibility and delivered a high quality work over the past months.”
Kai Roepke, President and CEO of BizJet International said: “This project has been a very important step to establish BizJet as an acknowledged maintenance and refurbishment centre for Boeing Business Jets in the US-Market.”
A first BBJ owned by the US aircraft manufacturer had already been completed and delivered in the second quarter of 2010.