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Day 3: Duncan Aviation at NBAA—Static

Posted by Diane Heiserman on Thu, Oct 23, 2014 @ 11:42 AM

It is day three of NBAA! Have you been to Static?

Take a trip to the Orlando Executive Airport and drop by NARA static display–220 and check out this Embraer Legacy 600. It has been completely refurbished both inside and out with a 96-month inspection and Wi-Fi.

Click on photos to enlarge. 

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Along with its incredible physical transformation, the aircraft boasts a new Aircell GoGo Biz Broadband solution, as well as the Aviator 200 Swift Broadband solution alongside several custom additions, creating an efficient, effective, comfortable business jet.

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We also paired up with Embraer Executive Jet’s PreFlown division to develop a timelapse video showcasing what it takes to inspect and update an Embraer Legacy 600. To watch the video, visit http://www.duncanaviation.aero/videos/embraer_refurbishment/index.php.

 

Tags: Interior Refurbishment, Wi-Fi, Paint Refurbishment, NBAA

Interior Refurbishment: Creating a Business Traveler's Cabin

Posted by Duncan Download Blog on Tue, Sep 23, 2014 @ 08:38 AM

A few thousand miles in a couple of hours—it’s an itinerary impossible to keep using any other mode of transportation.

Business aviation connects the world in a way that’s unthinkable if attempted commercially. And within the business aviation community, customers and corporations have a variety of needs. Some fly weekly with large groups of passengers. Others fly daily with one or two individuals. Regardless, this tool increases productivity and allows businesses that wouldn’t otherwise have a global presence access to that ability.

Even in a continually connected world with Skype and cell phones, that face-to-face meeting and tangible handshake cannot be replicated. That’s why one customer came to Duncan Aviation’s Battle Creek, Michigan, location with his Bombardier Global Express and requested we convert it into his own flying hotel room and office.

“Our customer essentially lives on his aircraft. He is constantly flying from one meeting to another, so he needs a place to work, rest and reboot,” explains Designer Lori Browning.

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Immaculate Interior

Interior reconfigurations and design updates allow for some of the most creative modifications in an aircraft. Add Duncan Aviation’s in-house engineering team to the mix, along with the company’s Organization Designation Authorization, and we can make pretty much anything a reality.

As one of the most frequently flown Global Express aircraft in the world, this exceptionally mobile jet needed to be highly personalized for the individuals who spend countless hours on board.

“We completed many reconfigurations in the cabin to give our customer the storage space he needed for a wardrobe and everything else one needs when they travel constantly for business, while still retaining enough seating for other passengers,” says Lori.

After completing the aircraft’s required 2A and 1C inspections, Lori and a team of engineers worked to remove two club seats toward the rear of the aircraft and added an entertainment cabinet with a counter and drink ledge. In the mid-cabin area, they swapped out a single seat and work station for a credenza to increase storage space.

Along with all of these changes, the look and feel of the cabin’s interior was updated. The aircraft started with a very warm color scheme—creams and red wood—and the final scheme used high-contrasting dark wood and taupe.

With this color swap, the owner decided to add new seats, new veneer, install electric windows with a single-control panel and reconfigure the PSUs, as well as the switches.

“It was essentially a brand new aircraft by the time we were done, and there’s nothing out there quite like it,” says Lori.

The customer also chose a Rockwell Collins Venue Audio/HD Video Entertainment and Cabin Management System, an HD-capable, touchscreen-controlled system.

While adding this upgrade, the customer also decided on EMTEQ Quasar II cabin upwash and downwash lighting. It was the first time these two options had been combined, so Duncan Aviation worked with Rockwell Collins and EMTEQ to ensure the two systems operated seamlessly.

The installation also included an Alto Technologies Audio System, which was the icing on the cake.

Rockwell Collins  Venue CMS Review

While the CMS works well for entertainment purposes during downtime, for a business aviation traveler, the data network, wireless and wired options make the cabin an airborne office. 

Tags: Interior Refurbishment

Top Aircraft Refurbishment Questions, Part 2

Posted by Duncan Download Blog on Tue, Sep 09, 2014 @ 01:04 PM

A refurbishment can completely transform and revive an aircraft, but those dramatic interior updates also come with a significant downtime and a price tag. Almost every aspect of an aircraft interior can be handcrafted, right down to the stitching on the seats, making each experience unique. 

Although unique projects don’t necessarily lend well to generic FAQs, a general pattern of questions do emerge from prospects looking to have their aircraft refurbished. We've gathered a few, and as the answers demonstrate, it’s all in the planning.


Do you have a design team I can work with?

Aircraft refurbishment shop that is worth its salt will assign a designer to each customer project. Our team also works with personal home and yacht designers, as well as architects if clients choose to bring their own.

It is not unusual for customers to ask to see prior projects. Your selected refurbishment ship should provide you with before and after photos to convey how easily the look and feel of a cabin with just a few updates can be transformed.

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What Cabin Management System (CMS) best fits my needs?

Once again, it depends on the answer to questions determining the current equipment installed, and to focus options on the best solutions for the customer: For example, how many people normally fly on the aircraft? Is it being used for entertainment purposes, or are passengers giving presentations and working on the flight?

Additionally, with every CMS comes a list of five to 20 different upgrades customers may wish to include. A competent sales expert will walk customers through their options to determine what they truly need, want, and what upgrades are worth the additional cost.

Watch a video walkthrough of the Rockwell Collins’ Venue Cabin Management System.

Rockwell Collins Venue CMS

Can I get Wi-Fi?

Most customers want their electronics to work in the air exactly as they do on the ground. Some fly internationally while others remain in the continental US most of the time. These factors greatly affect what aircraft Wi-Fi options are available to the customer.

“Selecting a data solution for in-flight internet is a lot like choosing a cell phone company,” explains Avionics Installation Expert Steve Elofson. “Data connection speeds, network availability, equipment costs and monthly data plans all factor into the equation.”

Nevertheless, once a customer makes a choice Wi-Fi can be a relatively simple addition.

How involved is an LED lighting update?

LED lighting has become incredibly popular because it completely transforms the cabin, and is more environmentally friendly, while saving weight and eliminating individual power supplied for each fluorescent bulb. The lights are so much brighter than anything previously offered, too.

Again, because there are several options and colors of light to choose from, customers should be paired with a designer to choose the best option for their interior and design tastes. There’s nothing worse than having your new LED lighting installed, only to find it doesn’t work with your choice of a refurbished interior!

Planning ahead 

If possible, from a timing and budget perspective, it is recommended that you schedule interior and electronics modifications alongside a major inspection to get the most out of the time an aircraft spends in the shop. But as always, plan well in advance of that event as to exactly what you need, thereby eliminating unnecessary downtime and expense during the actual refurbishment project.

Learn the answers to more unique refurbishment questions in Top Aircraft Refurbishment Questions, Part 1

Tags: Avionics Installation, Interior Refurbishment

Top Aircraft Refurbishment Questions, Part 1

Posted by Duncan Download Blog on Thu, Aug 28, 2014 @ 09:00 AM

A refurbishment can completely transform and revive an aircraft, but those dramatic interior updates also come with a significant downtime and a price tag. Almost every aspect of an aircraft interior can be handcrafted, right down to the stitching on the seats, making each experience unique.

Although unique projects don’t necessarily lend well to generic FAQs, a general pattern of questions do emerge from prospects looking to have their aircraft refurbished, and following are a selection of the most commonly asked that are received by the team at Duncan Aviation... As the answers will demonstrate, it’s all in the planning.

_4TK9071b_0412How much is my aircraft refurbishment going to cost?

When customers call about a potential refurbishment, they want to know how much it’s going to cost. That’s an understandable question. Setting a realistic expectation is important, and if the initial question were that simple to answer, we’d plaster price stickers on our products and services. As mentioned, many refurbishment projects tend to be customized though.

Although there are several steps that can be selected to modify and transform your aircraft paint or interior until it is ‘top-of-the-line’, it is also possible to stick to a smaller refurbishment budget and retain some, or most of the original interior. It’s important to establish exactly what you are trying to achieve through a refurbishment project, which will help establish how much you really want to spend.

“We do a lot of investigative questioning to determine what the customer really needs and wants,” says Completions Sales Representative Matthew Schepers. “Once we determine that, we can begin with a ballpark budget and work out all the details so the price we quote is the price you pay.”

What kind of downtime am I looking at?

“The earlier we can talk to a customer and finalize a plan, the shorter the downtime,” offered Completions Sales Representative Nate Klenke. “It’s really that simple.”

In essence, as much planning prior to an aircraft’s arrival needs to be made as possible, allowing the actual refurb process to become as efficient as possible, thus helping reduce the downtime. As an example, some customized carpets might take up to 16 weeks to arrive, so they need to be ordered well in advance of the aircraft’s arrival at the shop. Likewise, selection of seat patterns, shell panels and cabinets well in advance of the airplane’s arrival will all help cut weeks off the downtime.

How can I increase capacity and make my aircraft’s cabin more efficient?

Just about every reconfiguration customers ask for is possible. Accordingly, Duncan Aviation has an on-site engineering team and can approve a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) through in-house Organization Delegated Authority (ODA).

As an example, when a Falcon 900 customer needed more storage, space was found by swapping the rarely-used forward lavatory for a closet and auxiliary gallery storage cabinet. The lines from the toilet were capped and a cabinet built and inserted that molded around the old chute just in case a future owner should wish to reinstate the lavatory.

The customer was able to use the aircraft in a way that best met his needs, but the value of having a second lavatory was not erased as it could easily be restored. Several other customers followed suit after the initial STC was obtained.

Planning ahead 

If possible, from a timing and budget perspective, it is recommended that you schedule interior and electronics modifications alongside a major inspection to get the most out of the time an aircraft spends in the shop. But as always, plan well in advance of that event as to exactly what you need, thereby eliminating unnecessary downtime and expense during the actual refurbishment project.


 

Tags: Interior Refurbishment

Looking at Aircraft Interior Refurbishments as Investments

Posted by Diane Heiserman on Thu, Nov 21, 2013 @ 09:00 AM

Aircraft Interior Investments

Knowing that many potential aircraft buyers don’t want after-purchase downtime, sellers are looking at interior refurbishment and avionics upgrades that will provide them the greatest return on investment (ROI). Duncan Aviation addresses this by providing some guidelines for increasing aircraft interior ROI in the fall 2013 issue of its Duncan Debrief magazine.

Duncan Aviation’s knowledgeable interior specialists weigh in with ideas to update the interior of an aircraft in “Interior Investments” on page 7.  

For example, according to Doug Roth, Aircraft Acquisition and Consignment Representative at Duncan Aviation, “Today’s buyers are looking for a turn-key, ready-to-go, pedigreed aircraft with a current inspection status and a record of who performed the inspections. Although safety tends to trump cosmetics, buyers want an exterior that’s sharp looking and an interior that’s easy to personalize with very little downtime.”

Bob McCammon, an Aircraft Sales and Acquisitions expert, agrees. Just a few years ago, he says, the trend was for business jet buyers to completely refurbish the interior so it reflected their personal tastes. “Not so, today,” says Bob. “Business jet buyers are like current home buyers who want a house that is move-in ready.”

Senior Aircraft Interior Designer Mary Lee suggests that, ideally, an aircraft’s interior color schemes, veneers, and carpet should be less than six years old. She says that busy, patterned carpets in bold colors and light-colored veneers date the interior, so the aircraft won’t enjoy broad appeal on the open market.

Additionally, she says, if replacing or completely refurbishing the interior is not an option, make sure the carpet looks like new—at minimum, remove all spots and stains. As long as the leather on seats is relatively new and the colors are neutral, a thorough cleaning may be all the seats need, too.

Another critical component of an interior is its Cabin Management System (CMS). An aging CMS may detract from the ROI, as well. Steve Elofson, Senior Avionics/Installation Sales Representative, says that today’s business jet owners, and often their families, want the same functionality on their aircraft that they enjoy in their connected offices and homes.

For more information on how to carefully and critically assess an aircraft’s interior with an eye toward maximizing the ROI, read the entire article in the 2013 fall issue of the Duncan Debrief.

The Duncan Debrief is an award-winning business aviation magazine for aircraft owners and operators. Written and designed in-house at Duncan Aviation, each edition includes articles on topics and trends in business aviation. The Duncan Debrief is a free, semi-quarterly publication for aviation enthusiasts around the world.

The Duncan Debrief is available for iPads through Apple’s Newsstand. To install, search for the Duncan Debrief in Apple’s App Store and download by clicking the “Free” button. The app is placed in your Newsstand shelves. Once downloaded, you will receive push notifications each time a new Debrief magazine is published.

Tags: Avionics Installation, Interior Refurbishment, Aircraft Sales

A Good Aircraft Interior Design is More Than Skin Deep

Posted by Diane Heiserman on Wed, Nov 06, 2013 @ 10:38 AM

Design That Fits

Duncan Aviation design professionals take standard floor plans for all aircraft makes and models, and customize them to customer styles and needs.

Good design is more than skin deep; it communicates emotions and personalities and solves functionality issues in all shapes and sizes. It is an extension of oneself and when done right, it feels right. That’s why, in order to capture the emotions and personalities of customers, Duncan Aviation Designers seek their collaboration and input in all phases of the interior design process.  

That is why Mr. Carlos Otaola, owner of a Venezuela-based Astrjet Services brought an aircraft, not only once but returned with a second, to Duncan Aviation for the same dedication and personal attention he received the first time. You can read the entire story, here in the Fall 2013 issue of the Duncan Debrief.

The Latest In Aircraft Refurbishments

View the latest Duncan Aviation aircraft refurbishment projects in our online portfolio gallery featuring the work of our professional designers and master craftsmen.

Our custom interiors aboard all major business aircraft are admired across the industry and around the world not only for their beauty but also for their durability, which is proven by our ever-growing list of clients and awards.

Duncan Aviation's aircraft interiors include custom designs by professional designers, quality products and meticulous attention to detail. Our capabilities include headliners, softgoods, custom cabinetry, articulating chairs, executive tables and more. For information about how Duncan Aviation can bring life to your aircraft interior, contact a Duncan Aviation Completions Sales Rep today

Tags: Interior Refurbishment

Transformation on Display at NBAA in Las Vegas

Posted by Diane Heiserman on Wed, Oct 23, 2013 @ 08:52 AM

Contributed by Kaela Paseka, graphic design lead

At static on the first day of NBAA, business aviation owners, operators and enthusiasts continually flowed through this Falcon 900B aircraft on display and were impressed by its transformation with a stunning interior and avionics package upgrade.

Falcon 900B on display at NBAA 2013 in Las Vegas

Duncan Aviation representatives are on hand to answer questions and give tours of this beautifully transformed aircraft.

Avionics Transformation

Duncan Aviation and Universal Avionics partnered to transform a Dassault Falcon 900B by installing Universal’s EFI-890 glass box cockpit. This cockpit upgrade replaced 25 older instruments, significantly improving reliability and situational awareness, and offers advanced capabilities like WAAS-LPV and FANS 1/A.

“If you want an aircraft that’s predictable to operate, properly supported and can hold its value this newly retrofitted aircraft is the way to go,” says Gary Harpster, senior avionics installation sales rep for Duncan Aviation.

Additional avionics installed include Rockwell Collin’s Venue Cabin Management System that allows passengers to watch movies on demand on high-definition displays and conduct business, seamlessly. With Collin’s new Skybox cabin sharing, passengers can securely share movies, TV shows and music wirelessly between the on-board Apple iTunes library, Apple iOS devices and the cabin displays.

Interior Transformation

In addition to the avionics installations, Duncan Aviation completed several interior upgrades, including complete soft good refurbishment, new cabinet veneer, Duncan Design Collection PSU overlay panels, EMTEQ LED lighting and much more.

You still have time to visit and walk through this Falcon 900B today and Thursday. The aircraft is currently at NBAA static display #140 at the Henderson Executive Airport in Las Vegas, Nevada. Gary Harpster and Duncan Aviation’s Avionics Tech Rep, Chris Christenson, will be on-site for a personal tour and demonstration.

Click here to view more NBAA photos on Duncan Aviation's facebook page.

Kaela Paseka is Duncan Aviation’s Graphic Design Lead at its Lincoln, Nebraska, headquarters. She is responsible for all elements of visual communication, including publication design, industry advertising and companywide branding. She is currently attending NBAA 2013. Her aviation career began 2006.

Tags: Avionics Installation, Interior Refurbishment, Conventions & Exhibitions, Falcon

Duncan Aviation Custom Solution for Dassault Falcon Lav, Storage Swap

Posted by Diane Heiserman on Fri, Aug 02, 2013 @ 11:12 AM

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Duncan Aviation’s design and engineering teams collaborated to craft a custom cabinet to replace the forward lavatory in Falcon aircraft so customers could choose from a variety of dedicated storage options or a preparation station instead of struggling to utilize it as a provisional closet.

Interior engineers often need to think outside the box to come up with one-of-a-kind solutions for customers, and one of those solutions—a forward lavatory conversion to a storage space in two Dassault Falcon models—has caught on among Duncan Aviation customers.

A portion of Falcon 900 and 2000 aircraft have two lavatories. In those aircraft, the front lavatory often remains unused for its intended purpose and is transformed into a makeshift storage compartment. Duncan Aviation’s design and engineering teams collaborated to craft a custom cabinet to replace the forward lavatory in both Falcon aircraft so customers could choose from a variety of dedicated storage options or a preparation station instead of struggling to utilize it as a provisional closet.

“The problem is a lot like your closet at home. If you just stack and throw things in there, an avalanche of belongings is always looming,” says Jeff Beaudette, engineering team leader.

The collaboration resulted in a cabinet solution that completely replaced the lavatory while retaining the plumbing. Duncan Aviation has modified three aircraft since creating the solution.  

“We capped all the lines from the toilet and built a cabinet insert that molded around the old chute just in case the next owner wanted to reinstate the lavatory,” says Steve Rosenow, cabinet team leader.

The lavatory is nestled between the galley and the jump seat, and the space is anything but standard.

Steve says the initial Falcon 900 customer requested a large ice drawer in the bottom and a coat closet up top, but the space looks a bit like a soda bottle, so it took a bit of finagling to ensure they utilized every square inch.

“Customers just want the option—the opportunity to define that space when they sell the aircraft or if their needs change while they own the aircraft,” says Rosenow. “And that’s what we’re here to do. We create a custom solution that affords them countless options.”

As for the Falcon 2000, the modification was very similar to the previous 900 storage swap.

Duncan Aviation provided a cooled catering box storage, crew closet, upper storage and a lower drawer. The storage conversion was done in addition to a partial paint, left-hand forward crew closet modification, left-hand entertainment cabinet modification, removal of tray storage, removal of a microwave and the addition of a passenger coat closet.

Duncan Aviation will accommodate almost all requests and provides customers versatility in both design as well as engineering. The company requesting the modification owns another Falcon 2000 with significantly more storage and preferred those capabilities.

“All three of the modifications we completed are similar, but differ greatly in their final function. There is no such thing as a standard part or design. Many items may be very similar, but the customization for the customer is the key,” says Beaudette.

Duncan Aviation's custom interiors have come to be admired around the world not only for their beauty but also for their innovative style and durability. View Duncan Aviation's interior galleries here

Tags: Interior Refurbishment, Falcon

Duncan Aviation offers Interior Cosmetic Detailing

Posted by Diane Heiserman on Fri, Jul 26, 2013 @ 11:18 AM

Submitted by Kristi Steward, Interior Modifications/Completions Manager

S.W.A.T.

S.W.A.T., in military lingo stands for “special weapons and tactics.” At Duncan Aviation, it describes a special team putting their talents to work, addressing the most-requested cosmetic details in aircraft interiors.

Frequent customer requests led Duncan Aviation to create the SWAT service to ensure that the interior of every aircraft that comes to one of our facilities—even those scheduled for only maintenance or avionics installation—leaves looking better than when it arrived; the ultimate goal being to improve your aircraft with minor interior repairs.

Every aircraft that arrives at Duncan Aviation in Lincoln, Neb., and Battle Creek, Mich., is subjected to an “Interior SWAT Team Analysis.” Offered without cost or obligation, this in-depth examination is conducted and items that can be corrected, cleaned, updated or otherwise improved to beautify the aircraft interior are identified. The inspection, combined with flight crew interviews, reveals specific areas the SWAT Team can improve while the aircraft is down. On-the-spot quotes are created and, once approved, are incorporated into the existing scheduled work without extending downtime.

Duncan Aviation holds service center authorizations for several major airframe manufacturers, including: Bombardier, Dassault, Embraer and Cessna. We are also an Organization Designation Authorization (ODA) and an FAA/EASA approved Class 1-4 airframe rated repair station. Our interior project portfolio and capabilities fact sheets are available online.

Tips and Tricks

The SWAT teams offer the following advice to keep your aircraft interior in top-notch condition:
  • Perform regular cleaning and conditioning of all leather
    and wood surfaces with approved products.
  • Avoid cleaning products that will cause a build-up and give
    surfaces a cloudy appearance.
  • Clean any inadvertent ink marks immediately with Isopropyl alcohol and a cotton swab. Once set, an ink stain cannot be removed.
  • Always cover seats when bringing luggage through the cabin.
  • Close drawers and doors softly, without slamming.
  • Perform regular interior maintenance at least every other year during service center visits.

The Hit List

The most common items addressed by the SWAT teams are: carpet cleaning, leather chair re-dye, re-webbing seat belts and cabinetry hardware adjustments.

Cabin

  • Seat adjustments
  • Seat cleaning and conditioning
  • Carpet cleaning
  • Leather re-dye
  • Cabinet touch-up
  • Install new-style vinyl carpet runner
  • Install new cork in cupholders
  • Re-web seatbelts
  • Cabinet and card table adjustments

Cockpit

  • Instrument panel touch-up
  • Pedestal touch-up
  • Install new sun visor assembly
  • Re-web seatbelts

Other Areas

  • Replace entry step tread
  • Replace baggage step tread
  • New baggage load covers
  • Requested touch-ups

 Kristi Steward is a the Manager for interior modiciations and completion services at Duncan Aviation's Lincoln, Neb., facility. Her aviation career began in 1992.

Tags: Airframe Maintenance, Interior Refurbishment, Maintenance Event Planning

Aircraft Interior Design Trends Feature Function & Form

Posted by Diane Heiserman on Fri, Jun 07, 2013 @ 02:00 PM

Today's aircraft operator considers their aircraft not just a mode of transportation, but an extension of their office and their home. That mindset affects the way aircraft interior designers combine aviation materials, fabrics and paint to create the overall aircraft design, both inside and outside the fuselage.

Duncan Aviation aircraft design experts share their insights and observations about the current interior design trends of business aviation.

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A new variation is a take on a European method of using non-standard materials, like leathers, in cabinet construction and designing drink rails that use contrasting woods and undertones.

Functionality

The latest in personal technology is beginning to show up in the interior design of the aircraft. For example, it is becoming standard to incorporate iPad technology and personal monitors into the design of each passenger seat, especially in the smaller business aircraft. Operators of larger business aircraft are still opting for full monitors to take advantage of the high-definition (HD) technology, and they want large but thin monitors mounted in their aircraft. Many operators also expect the convenience of using Wi-Fi for personal and seamless carry-on technology.

Bolder Accent Colors

Operators today want practicality in their aircraft interior, while at the same time, being stylish and personal. Some customers are choosing to make a statement and really show off their individuality with the accent colors in the aircraft. Grass green, turquoise blue, oranges and yellows are some of the latest accent colors adding a nice, extraordinary finish to aircraft interiors rolling out of Duncan Aviation hangars.

Eco-Friendly Products

Another fairly recent change is consideration for the environment when choosing interior products for an aircraft. Duncan Aviation customers are demanding more “green” products and processes. And, it’s not all about the carbon footprints. They’re also concerned with the toxins and gasses emitted by manufactured products and materials.

Aircraft operators have options for composite and reconstituted wood veneers that replicate the wonderful veneers produced from natural woods. These veneers are equally durable and upkeep and care is comparable to that of the natural wood veneers.

Wood Veneer

For those customers who prefer the natural wood veneer, straight-grain species such as a walnut or eucalyptus are very popular for their neutral brown color and availability of high-quality logs. A new variation in cabinet construction is a take on a European method of using non-standard materials, like leathers and designing drink rails that use contrasting woods and undertones. Overall, operators want clean, simple, tailored lines in their cabinets.

Seat Designs

Aircraft seat design trends are currently being influenced by the auto industry. Operators are opting for perforated leathers, contrasting leather stitching, and seats covered with two complementing leather colors, which many manufacturers are using in the new aircraft coming out of production as well.

New Flooring Options

Operators are also pleased with the introduction of new flooring products that simulate wood and stone, and requesting that these materials be added into their aircraft. Manufacturers are applying new, non-slippery finishes that make these products adaptable to aircraft. These new flooring products are a nice complement to the fabulous carpet options that are available.

Duncan Aviation Design Galleries

Need to refresh an outdated interior or worn paint? We specialize in custom designs, and we provide a three-year/1,500 hour warranty on paint, interior and avionics installation workmanship. Talk to a Duncan Aviation Design Professional today.

View Duncan Aviation's latest aircraft refurbishment projects in our online paint and interior galleries

Tags: Interior Refurbishment

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