King Aerospace Commercial Corporation (KACC) has been awarded two new VVIP paint contracts as a subcontractor to Boeing’s Executive Transport Services and Support group, whose program management office is based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA. The first project is for the exterior refurbishment of a Boeing 737, which arrived at KACC’s facility in May 2015. Work on the second aircraft, a Boeing 757, is scheduled to begin in mid-July 2015.
The C-32 and C-40 aircraft are military passenger transportation versions of these aircraft typically used by commercial airlines. The aircraft provide transportation for US leaders and military personnel on a global basis. The cabins are arranged in a wide range of configurations to include crew rest areas, visitor compartments with sleeping accommodations, galleys, cargo areas and high-density seating with work tables. The C-32 aircraft includes a private stateroom for the primary user of the aircraft, with seating that can be converted into beds.
“Serving Boeing and our country on this fleet of aircraft is a dream come true and we take the trust placed in us very seriously,” said Jerry King-Echevarria, founder of the King Aerospace companies. “We are blessed and honored.”