King Aerospace Commercial Corporation awarded green Boeing Business Jet paint contract
September 25, 2014
King Aerospace Commercial Corporation (KACC), a leading aircraft services provider, was recently awarded a paint contract for a green Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) owned by an undisclosed private individual. The contract was awarded to KACC, a refurbishment and modification center for vvip aircraft in Ardmore, Oklahoma, as a subcontract from Aeria Luxury Interiors of San Antonio, Texas.
The green BBJ's complex paint scheme includes four separate silver and blue pearl paints as well as multiple, nose-to-tail geometric design elements.
“We are honored to be entrusted with this green BBJ paint assignment from a trusted colleague at Aeria Luxury Interiors,” said Jerry King, founder and chairman of King Aerospace. “Our reputation for consistently delivering quality work on time and on budget, providing personalized service to vvip customers, and our continued investment in our modification and refurbishment center, were leading factors of being awarded this contract.”
Other recent projects at KACC include refurbishment and maintenance on two vvip aircraft, one for a private owner and the other for a foreign head of state.
To extend its capabilities to perform services on vvip aircraft, including BBJ and Airbus, KACC has invested heavily in its 200,000-square-foot, FAA-certified facility where it specializes in avionics, interiors, maintenance and paint.
Press release issued by King Aerospace Commercial Corporation.