AMAC Aerospace is proud to announce the completion of the first refurbishment project, entirely based on designs developed by its own in-house design department. A considerable challenge to the designers was the transfer of a new design to an older cabin configuration. Overall, the goal was to give the cabin interior a modern look, combined with AMAC Aerospace renowned awareness of high standing quality to the small details. This can be seen through the back shell and armrest of the seats that were reworked. Partially covered with perforated leather, the redesigned seats appear in a new, elegant way. Bulkheads, divans, a new VIP lavatory, tables and a new carpet were also part of the refurbishment program. A stylized red accent line was incorporated throughout the cabin with reconditioned fold out tables and BFE items. The whole refurbishment process used only the highest grade materials for this prestigious refurbishment. To the interior with exterior, the red accent can be found. A new livery scheme was applied to the exterior of the plane.

“Our skilled craftsmen and women made the transitional leap from old to new and delivered a superb product. AMAC continues the advantage of being a serious centre for completion and refurbishment throughout the world” said Bernd Schramm, Group Chief Operating Officer.

 

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