Aloft AeroArchitects redelivers three BBJs after scheduled maintenance


Aloft AeroArchitects has announced the recent concurrent redeliveries of three BBJ aircraft that were in the company’s facility in Georgetown, Delaware, for scheduled maintenance.

“Two of the BBJs departed Aloft after completing their scheduled 15-year inspections on time,” said John Eichten, senior vice president of sales and marketing at Aloft. “The third BBJ event was a six-year maintenance inspection, which included extensive VVIP interior removal and reinstallation. Although typical for such events, the successful and efficient handling of a VVIP interior requires intensive expertise.

The interiors team at Aloft are among the very best at caring for the exquisite VIP cabin elements but also at the art of reinstalling the components with perfect fit and function the first time. Every BBJ is an individual, custom work of art, and as experts on the BBJ platform, we’ve also become experts at managing the technical impacts of variance and individuality into our system of ensuring complete accuracy, efficiency and the highest degree of quality.”

November 10, 2016

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