There is an argument that your jet could be too uniquely designed to resell into the market. The question is: do you, or even should you care? Well, that depends. It depends on what driving factors affect you the most. Is it the cost? Customer, family or friends’ perceptions? Or do you have particular requirements that outweigh any negative market resale … [Read more...] about Is your jet too unique to resell?
AMAC Aerospace has announced two new signed projects in Basel, Switzerland. The projects consist of a refurbishment contract for a Boeing B777, and the second contract is for cabin modification to a Airbus A340 AMAC. A Head of State Boeing B777 will arrive mid of April for a multiple C-Check package. In addition to the maintenance service, AMAC will undergo a major … [Read more...] about Widebody jet interior refurbishment and maintenance contracts for AMAC
Jet Aviation announces that Jeremie Caillet has been appointed Vice President VIP Completion Programs, succeeding Neil Boyle, SVP Global Completions, who is retiring at the end of May 2019. Caillet will collaborate across all operational departments and matrixed global support functions to support the company’s OneJet program. He reports directly to Dirk Sapatka, General … [Read more...] about Jeremie Caillet appointed as VP Completion Programs
Winch Designs are reported to be working on a contemporary design for the Boeing BBJ Max. The design appears to be aimed towards the Middle East market bringing a fresh modern look to middle eastern custom jet interiors for the Generation X and millennial generations. … [Read more...] about Contemporary BBJ Max Concept
The Company behind 3D interior representations of the new U.S. Head of State aircraft ‘Air Force One’, and its helicopter sibling ‘Marine One’ is experiencing demand from airlines for interior modelling services. Miami-based virtual reality studio 3D Viz has become a specialist in rendering VIP aircraft interiors ahead of completion projects – and now wants to expand this … [Read more...] about 3D VIZ see’s demand for cabin visualization services