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Comlux signs its first ACJ320 Neo cabin completion

Posted 1 August 2017 · Add Comment

Comlux has announced that Comlux Completion signed a VIP interior completion for an ACJ320 neo aircraft.

The aircraft is to be delivered green by Airbus in September 2019 and is scheduled to take approximately 10 months to complete within Comlux’ Indianapolis facilities. This Airbus Corporate Jet completion is for a private customer based in Asia.

The four design firms - Alberto Pinto Design, DesignQ, Unique Aircraft, Winch Design - partnering with Comlux for the future neo and MAX cabin products, have been invited to submit their design concepts for Comlux’s customer. In order to shorten the cabin completion downtime to 10 months, the final design is expected to be selected by Q3 2017.

“We are very proud to sign this new VIP completion contract for the future ACJ320 neo aircraft.” said Scott Meyer, CEO Comlux Completion. “We are committed to deliver this VVIP interior within one of the shortest completion cycles to date, it was key for us to sign at the soonest to optimize the lead-time execution for design, engineering and custom fabrication phases prior to input so we can revolutionize the integration and certification phases that occur in hangar.” He added:” We are running several ACJ neo and BBJ MAX cabin sales campaigns right now and we are expecting to sign more contracts before the end of the year. This completion is the first in a series of new and exciting challenges for Comlux Completion “

 

 

 

 

 

 

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