VIP Completions reveals BBJ interior refurb project

Fort Lauderdale-based VIP Completions has revealed the fully refurbished interior of a Boeing Business Jet (BBJ). The floor plan includes three main cabin areas: forward main lounge with built-in movie projector and stow-away screen, mid-cabin conference room/guest bedroom and aft en-suite master stateroom.

There’s a large mid-cabin galley with bar area – adjoining forward main lounge. The cabin also includes three lavatories – forward crew lavatory, large mid-cabin VIP lavatory and aft master stateroom lavatory with full shower.

This aircraft, featuring personalised décor and latest-generation technologies, seats and sleeps 12 passengers.

Ben Shirazi, president, VIP Completions said he was proud of the team as the company continued to focus on the niche area of VIP airliner projects. “This project was completed within 90 ‘hands-on’ days, which is exceptionally fast given its comprehensive scope,” he said.

“Guided by a disciplined approach to project management and extreme attention to detail, we deliver an unparalleled degree of personalisation. Equally important is our commitment to on-time and on-budget deliveries,” added Shirazi.

Design highlights of the latest completion include: custom-designed seats throughout the cabin upholstered with contrasting Garrett leathers and diamond pattern stitchwork and the main lounge divans are also upholstered in Garrett leathers. The mid-cabin divans are upholstered in Loro Piana fabrics and the cabin has been re-veneered in open grain white oak finish in matte dark chocolate colour.

Founded almost 10 years ago, the VIP Completions’ team has refurbished six BBJs, two Boeing 757s, a Boeing 767 and a Boeing 727.

Derived from the Boeing 737, the BBJ is capable of flying more than 6,000 nautical miles non-stop. First introduced in 1998, there are about 140 BBJs in service worldwide.

Meanwhile, don’t miss our feature on BBJ Select cabin interiors in the latest edition of Corporate Jet Investor Quarterly.

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