F/List provides stone products to Comlux for first BBJ Max 8 completion


A real marble washbasin created for the BBJ Max 8’s bathroom

At NBAA-BACE – held in Las Vegas, Nevada, on 22-24 October 2019 – it was announced that Austrian manufacturer F/List was chosen by Comlux Completion to deliver stone products for a BBJ Max 8 completion. Comlux was awarded the completion contract – the first BBJ Max 8 completion worldwide – in 2018.

Comlux completed the aircraft with interior components from F/List including several marble countertops, cabinets and washbasins. F/List also supplied two shower units with thin stone applications on the shower walls as well as on the outside, and provided system integration. The company reports the showers meet all the relevant requirements for wet areas in aircraft and offer a generous amount of space. In addition, F/List engineered and produced a bar unit with an illuminated stone front and top, designed to offer the highest level of elegance while still meeting strict regulations for weight.

The shower zone was completely engineered, produced and assembled for installation at the completion centre by F/List

The latest project represents the further strengthening of a relationship honed on several projects before. “It is a great pleasure for F/List to be part of Comlux Completion’s supplier team,” said Franz Dieter, F/List’s director of business development, OEM and completion. “Wherever our partners wish to concentrate on their own core competencies, we bring our extensive experience in developing and manufacturing special or one-off products, gained from our own research and development department.”

“We are always keeping our customers’ wishes at heart and the technical performance in mind,” said Daron Dryer, CEO of Comlux Completion. “With F/List we have found a partner that shares our corporate values, working together on the BBJ Max 8.”

Images: F/List

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