Comlux outfits VIP BBJ for customer in the Far East


Comlux Completion has completed its 11th VIP interior, on a BBJ owned by a private customer in the Far East. The Indianapolis, Indiana-based completion center created an Asian-inspired atmosphere with contrasting color palettes. Materials include taupe carpet, mahogany veneer, white leather, textured fabrics and gold accents.

The layout includes an executive compartment at the front with four club-four seating groups. Instead of hi/lo tables, there are pull-out tables with “easily attachable” extensions designed and installed specifically for this aircraft.

In the center section, a private dining/conference room features a table surrounded by six executive-style seats. Overhead there is a grand ceiling dome with a handmade mother of pearl pattern. The master suite at the rear, which includes a master bedroom and lavatory, has a similar ceiling dome.

“We are very proud to have successfully delivered another beautiful nose-to-tail bespoke VIP completion,” said Arnaud Martin, COO of Comlux.

“We have been engineering luxury on VIP interiors since 2008, always keeping our customers wishes at heart and the technical performance in mind. The interior of the BBJ was engineered to magnify weight performance at a total weight of only 14400 lb. We are fully prepared and up to speed for the arrival of the first ever BBJ Max 8 completion and our first ACJ320 Neo later this year.”

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