New interiors company based in Tucson, Arizona


Bomhoff, which has experience in aviation interiors dating to 1952, has created a new company, Bomhoff Limited, beginning operations at a newly renovated facility in Tucson, Arizona. Bomhoff Limited will offer bespoke and limited-production composite-based furniture and components to OEMs and completion centres.

The third-generation family-owned company will be led by managers who have over 80 years of interior manufacturing experience. Bomhoff family companies have produced interiors that fly in dozens of aircraft types ranging from Learjets to 747s. The team brings expertise in the design, production and certification of large monuments, galleys, tables, desks and smaller components.

Workstations and paint booth at the new facility

Workstations and paint booth at the new facility

The newly occupied Tucson headquarters, a former cash vault for a national bank, sits on three acres just north of Tucson International Airport. The versatile facility has multiple features suited for aerospace including an R&D lab, cleanroom, composite shop and full paint booth.

The team at Bomhoff Limited has been busy designing and building prototypes, some of which were shown at NBAA-BACE 2021.

A Bomhoff desk displayed at NBAA-BACE 2021

A Bomhoff desk displayed at NBAA-BACE 2021

“It has always been my goal to be involved with the very best artisans whose passion is to fabricate exceptional quality furnishings,” said Russ Bomhoff, president of Bomhoff Limited. “There are many aircraft around the world that are still flying with our original furnishings. That’s the quality we’re looking to replicate. Our company’s goal is to provide innovative solutions for the designers and organisations who seek a working partner that has the vision, technical abilities and eagerness to turn the most challenging ideas into reality.”

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