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Jet Aviation redelivers oACJ330 and ACJ319 to Middle Eastern customer

Posted 8 June 2017 · Add Comment

Jet Aviation has redelivered a VVIP Airbus ACJ330 and ACJ319 aircraft to a Middle Eastern customer.

Both aircraft were designed and completed in Basel, and are examples of the company’s commitment to exceptional design, impressive technological advances and efficient production. The ACJ319 was completed within a downtime of 10 months, and the ACJ330 in 14.

“We were delighted to be able to deliver these aircraft in October 2016 and February 2017, bringing our total collaboration with the customer to three aircraft,” said Joshua Florio, project manager, Jet Aviation Completions. “The customer engaged Jet Aviation Completions in Basel due to our reputation for superior process and techniques from design to delivery. This, combined with the speed with which the team brought together these beautiful aircraft, is a real testament to both the quality and efficiency of Jet Aviation Completions.”

 

 

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