To the average person, a 96-month Embraer Legacy 600 inspection looks a lot like organized chaos—organized being the key word.
Neatly catalogued aircraft parts surround a gutted fuselage. Airframe technicians line the interior and exterior of the aircraft, checking and testing every inch, looking for needed repairs.
Add an interior refurbishment, new paint, a Wi-Fi system installation and you'll start to understand why a project of this magnitude takes time to plan and complete.
"Upon delivery, the jet is, in many ways, new again," explains Project Manager Tracy Hein. "Every inch of that aircraft is touched by several professionals—from airframe technicians to interior install experts and paint team members. And before delivery, we go over it again, ensuring the aircraft leaves our facility as flawless as it was on its first flight."
Read more about the Embraer Legacy 600 custom solutions, spot-on paint and final business jet touches here.
Or watch the tip-to-tail refurbushment in the following three-minute video.