VIP Completions to use Falcon 2000 as demonstrator


VIP Completions is to utilise a recently completed Dassault Falcon 2000 to showcase its completions and refurbishment expertise.

The Falcon 2000 type is a super-midsize business jet, and more than 600 aircraft have been delivered. Leveraging this platform, the VIP Completions team created a unique demonstration aircraft featuring 10 custom-designed seats upholstered with premium Garrett leathers, and a custom bar area adjacent to the galley and open to the cabin.


The richly grained oak woodwork is completed with a warm matte brown finish, achieved in VIP Completions’ new spray booth. Carpeting and cabin details were implemented in Loro Piana fabrics, while a custom-designed lavatory countertop was designed with a single-slab stone effect. The new exterior colour scheme features white and silver stripe details.

Technological highlights include upgraded HD monitors; an onboard Plex media server that provides virtually limitless content options; and dynamic RGB lighting. The CMS is controlled via Crestron touch panels embedded at each seat location and in the galley. There is also a custom Alto audio system calibrated for the cabin using Alto’s MySound optimisation tool.

“Owning our own business jet is the perfect way to demonstrate what we do,” said Ben Shirazi, president, VIP Completions. “The Falcon 2000 is an excellent aircraft and an ideal platform for our team to display their creativity and talent. It will be based at our Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) facility and will be shown at NBAA Regional Forums across the country.”

“We are very proud of this project,” Shirazi continued. “We are truly putting our best foot forward by presenting inspired designs, unique materials, a beautiful colour palette, appointments from top designers and the latest technologies. Our Falcon embodies the elegance of contemporary private aviation. We invite interested parties to contact us at their convenience.”

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Izzy has been part of the Business Jet Interiors International team since its second issue, and the editor since 2011. She also edits Auditoria and Railway Interiors International. Outside of work, Izzy is rediscovering her love of art by learning how to paint with watercolors.

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