Aeroconseil (stand 454) is at EBACE to market its cabin turnkey solution to VIP customers.

The Toulouse-based company, which has around 1,000 employees, is looking for a new audience for the reconfiguration services it has for many years provided to commercial airlines and, particularly, lessors. The Middle East's VIP market is among those targeted.

Olivier Jan, head of cabin-cargo modifications, emphasises that the company's air transport services division can manage reconfiguration projects in their entirety, including work scope definition, cabin architecture design, specification of seats and stowage areas, detailed design, certification, and - working with MRO partners - completions. Additionally, it can offer full kits of interior components.

The air transport division's cargo conversion programmes include ATR 42 floor-to-floor nets configuration, ATR 42/72 vertical nets configuration and ATR 42/72 quick change with floor-to-floor nets.

Aeroconseil's capabilities also span avionics modifications, in-flight entertainment installation, GSM connectivity, external liveries, final assembly line follow-up, safety management systems, documentation management and electronic flight bags, among other areas. The air transport services division is one of two within the Aeroconseil group. The other isaircraft engineering.

The company holds EASA Part 145, Part 21-G, Part 21-J, and Part M (G+I) certifications. It is also ISO 9001 and EN 9100 certificated.

Source: Flight Daily News