Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Does all of your material pass FAA regulations?
A. Yes. Every type and lot of material that enters our facility is tested at an FAA approved independent test lab, and an 8110-3 is issued and delivered to you with the airplane.
Q. How long does it take to do a King Air, Conquest, Citation, or Learjet?
A. For a sound proofing and upholstery job it takes 4 to 5 weeks. More complex outfitting jobs, such as configuration changes, high-gloss cabinets, and entertainment systems, can increase the time to 6 to 8 weeks.
Q. What about the weight and balance?
A. We keep track of weight changes and perform a calculated weight and balance, which we deliver to you with the airplane. In many cases we can reduce the weight of your plane by upgrading to more advanced materials.
Q. What should I do first, the paint job or the interior?
A. The most efficient way is to strip the airplane and prepare it for a ferry-flight to the paint shop. Most of our work will be performed while the airplane is being painted, and we can then install the interior after painting has been completed.
Q. What types of aircraft models does your company have experience refurbishing?
A. We have a wide range of experience and have completed thousands of projects. We have worked on everything from Cessna 210’s to Gulfstream IV’s, and even P-3 Orion’s for the government. There is little that we have not done when it comes to aircraft cabin interiors.