NBAA, Orlando, — Associated Air Center (AAC), a Landmark Aviation company located at Dallas Love Field, has contracted with a customer based in the Far East for a VIP luxury jet completion.
The contract is the 17th Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) completion by AAC for customers located around the world.
“AAC expects the arrival of the green BBJ at our facility in January 2007,” said Jeff Bosque, President of AAC. “Our customer has requested luxury sleeping accommodations for passengers and a cabin layout that ensures comfort and restful travel for up to 19 passengers. We intend to work closely with our customer through the design and creation of this new aircraft interior.”
AAC is both a Designated Completion Center and a Factory Authorized Service Center for the Boeing Business Jet. The company currently has two additional BBJs contracted for interior modifications.
AAC offers a full range of design and luxurious completion options for transport-class aircraft. AAC’s experienced staff works with customers from original concept through the design of the floor plan to selection of fabric, furniture and fixture fabrication, and the integration of cabin and cockpit systems.
Aircraft owners from around the world rely on AAC for new customer interiors as well as refurbishment of an existing interior. Experienced in larger air transport category aircraft up to and including the latest generation of wide bodies, AAC designers, engineers and craftspeople have a unique understanding of customer interior completion and artistic innovation.
Landmark Aviation, formerly known as Garrett/Piedmont Hawthorne/Associated, is one of North America’s largest providers of comprehensive services for the business aviation industry. Serving 43 locations in North America, the company offers a full range of fixed base operations; maintenance, repair and overhaul; aircraft charter, sales and management; and large aircraft completions. Landmark Aviation is headquartered in Tempe, Ariz. Landmark Aviation is a portfolio company of The Carlyle Group.