AP Completion Services responsible for 15 Global 7500 projects

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AP Completion Services is celebrating 10 years since its launch. The company has helped the delivery of more than 160 business aircraft, and has carved out a particular specialty in Global 7500 projects, having racked up contracts for 15 of the aircraft.

The company began its first Global 7500 project in 2015, and several of the first factory deliveries in 2019 will be to AP Completion Services customers.

“We have a strong history of performance on the Global platform, so the 7500 is a natural progression for us,” said Andrew Broccoli, principal, AP Completion Services. “We’re proud to have been of service to the industry for 10 years and having 15 Global 7500 customers to date showcases our strength in this programme.”

The company’s G7500 clients include a mix of repeat and new customers, and do not include any white tail, fleet or demonstration aircraft; all are unique, customised and delivering to end users. AP Completion Services estimates that a significant percentage of the aircraft manufactured between now and the fourth quarter of 2020 will be for AP customers.

“We’re with clients every step of the way, from the completion specification phase to final delivery,” said Broccoli. “In some cases, we also have been engaged to assist with entry into service. Our knowledge of the product, our licensed, rated maintenance engineers and our relationship with the factory work together for the benefit our clients. We care for client’s aircraft as if they were our own. When you buy the best, hire the best.”

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