Jet Aviation Basel Signs Completions Agreement for an Airbus ACJ-A320 Head of State Aircraft
Thursday, 16 January 2014
Jet Aviation has been completing aircraft at its Basel Completions Center since 1977 and has created more than 200 cabin interiors.
BASEL, Switzerland – Jet Aviation Basel announced it has been selected to complete the interior of an Airbus corporate jet ACJ-A320 for an undisclosed head-of-state. The VIP aircraft will be delivered to the Basel Completions Center in the third quarter of 2014.

Configuration of the Airbus ACJ-A320 aircraft include a bedroom, bathroom, lounge and office area in addition to a large executive staff area. The aircraft will be re-delivered to the client at the end of 2015.

Ruedi Kraft, vice president, market development & completions sales, Jet Aviation Basel said: “We have completed an aircraft for this client in the past and are delighted that they chose to return to us for this new project.

“The Jet Aviation Basel Design Studio is currently consulting with the customer to complete the detailed design by the end of the first quarter 2014. Our engineering and production teams will then collaborate with the Design Studio to ensure the aircraft is fully functional, certifiable and uniquely outfitted to the exact wishes of the owner.”

Neil Boyle, Jet Aviation Basel’s vice president of the Completions Center, added: “Our aim is to meet all customer requirements in a timely manner while upholding the highest business aviation standards.

“We are continuously investing in our employees, equipment and advanced aviation technology to support our capabilities. Having a client return to us is the highest testament to our ability to meet our commitments.”