Comlux the Aviation group is pleased to announce that its Completion & Service center Comlux America, based in Indianapolis IN, has been awarded the maintenance and refurbishment contract for a BBJ based in Asia.
The BBJ is expected to arrive at the Comlux America facility during the 2nd quarter of 2014 and will spend 4 months on site. The undisclosed owner of the BBJ is represented by the aircraft management company, Sino Jet, led by CEO Jenny Lau. Jenny’s involvement was integral in the selection of the best Service center for this project. With this new contract, Comlux further affirms the continued growth of its ultra modern facility in the US, as well as the development of its business in the Asia region.
The maintenance program includes mandatory 12 year-check, new painting and major cabin refurbishment with complete re-upholstery of the seats, new custom made carpet and several reworks on valence panel and bulkheads. “The owner wanted to bring light into his aircraft. Thanks to the new material selection: leather, suede and the choice of colors: white, light beige and gold, the designers of Comlux America have managed to create his vision all throughout the cabin” says Jenny Lau, CEO Sino Jet.
“We have worked intensively with Jenny and her team to demonstrate our unique advantages at Comlux America. This new contract for an Asian customer and the completion last year of the BBJ of Hyundai Motor Company, demonstrate again that Comlux America has become the center of choice for Excellence & Innovation for our VIP customers in the region” says Philippe Karam, Vice President of Sales Asia Pacific for Comlux Management.
Jim Soleo, Comlux America’s CEO says: “Since 2010, our mechanics and craftsmen have gained a solid experience working on BBJ aircraft. As always, our objective is to deliver the aircraft at the highest quality and with minimum downtime. Our staff is fully prepped and readily awaiting the arrival of the aircraft in our facilities! ”
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