Fourth ACJ320neo completion contract for Comlux


Comlux Completion has signed its fourth ACJ320neo VIP cabin completion contract – this time with DC Aviation Group. The aircraft will fly to Comlux Completion’s facility in Indianapolis, Indiana, following its green delivery in November 2019.

“We have been working on the ACJ320neo project on behalf of the owner for more than a year,” said Michael Kuhn, CEO of DC Aviation Group. “Further to the selection of Callies Gräfe Design earlier this year for the interior design concept, we are now pleased to team with Comlux Completion for the building of the VIP cabin. Their experience on Airbus cabin completions and their customer-minded and innovative approach has made the difference in the selection process of the outfitting centre. We are looking forward to the delivery of the completed aircraft to start operations and fly our customer around the world.”

“We are very proud to sign this new VIP completion contract with DC Aviation,” said Daron Dryer, CEO of Comlux Completion. “This is our fourth completion order for an ACJ320neo aircraft and DC Aviation’s choice confirms again our positioning as the leader of VIP completions for this type. With the extensive ramp-up activity planned for the next couple of years, we are reinforcing our workforce in every department. We are also recruiting new talents to boost our efficiency. After 10 years in the industry, Comlux Completion has now gained the experience and stability required to be successful in the market. Thanks to the vision and confidence of its shareholders, Comlux is building a bright future for its employees.”

Since 2009 Comlux Completion’s has created VIP cabins for aircraft types including the ACJ319, ACJ320, ACJ321, ACJ330, BBJ, BBJ 3, BBJ 757 and SBJ. The company has an ACJ320neo and a BBJ Max currently in completion, plus an order book of three ACJ320neo aircraft.

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