Greenpoint signs two VVIP B787-9 completions


Greenpoint Technologies has been awarded a contract for two VVIP Boeing 787-9 interior completions.

Greenpoint said its wide-body and narrow-body interior completion expertise played a vital role in this contract award. Nearly 10 years ago, Greenpoint invested in substantial research and development to master the intricacies of the Boeing 787 platform. The company has been entrusted with seven VVIP Boeing 787 interior completions to date. Click here to read about the first VIP BBJ 787 completion, featured in the October 2016 edition of Business Jet Interiors International. Click here to read about the recent delivery of a VVIP Boeing 787-9 completion by the facility.

“It is an honour to be awarded these two VVIP Boeing 787-9 interior completions,” said Klaus Koester, CEO of Greenpoint Technologies. “The power of trust influenced the client to select Greenpoint. This level of trust culminates from our VVIP completion expertise, delivery performance, and long-standing client relationships. Our clients understand the complexity of these programmes, and we value their confidence in our team to deliver aircraft on time with unmatched quality.”

Greenpoint partnered directly with the client to create interior designs tailored to their lifestyle and aircraft mission requirements. Full-scale development started in January 2022, with Greenpoint managing all aspects of the completions including the interior design, engineering, manufacturing, certification and installation.

Each interior will include private first-class suites and distinct VVIP areas featuring elevated ceilings and customised IFE and communication technologies. Low cabin acoustic levels are also a part of the brief. Integration of the bespoke Boeing 787-9 interiors will occur at Greenpoint’s installation facility in Moses Lake, Washington. The first aircraft is scheduled to induct in 2023.

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