SERVICE OVERVIEW

Whether you need a minor repair, modification, or a complete redesign of your aircraft’s interior, we have the experienced team who will use their craftsmanship and quality materials to make your aircraft’s interior an impressive place to relax and/or conduct business.

AIRCRAFT INTERIOR REFURBISHMENT SERVICES

  • Leather Restoration and Reconditioning (Re-dying leather)
  • Upholstery Services (Seats and Accessory Items)
  • Carpet Replacement (Stock and Custom Carpets)
  • Hardware Plating
  • Seatbelt Re-Webbing
  • Recovering Surfaces (Headliner, Sidewall Panels, Dado Panels…)
  • Wood Refinishing

CUSTOM PRODUCTS

  • Glass Racks
  • Drawer Insets
  • Custom Runners (Non-Textile, Carpet, and Maintenance Runners)
  • Custom Carpets
  • Custom Loose Equipment (e.g., newspaper holders, eyeglass holders, crew rest, pillow cases, decorative pillows…)

EASY AS A 123… WE TAKE CARE OF IT!

1. SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT

Our specialist will review the aircraft and take the required data to give you an estimate.

2. SELECT THE MATERIAL

You will choose the options of materials and colors that you like the most.

3. ENJOY YOUR AIRCRAFT

Enjoy the luxury of the interior of a completely new and remodeled aircraft.

FAQs

  • HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO HAVE THE JOB DONE?

    It depends on what kind of work you want; it could be a day, a week or a month depending on the customization. After scheduling the appointment, our specialist can give you more information about it.

  • WHERE CAN YOU DO THE JOB?

    We work in most of Miami Dade, Broward, and West Palm Beach Airports. But if you need it, let’s talk about a different option!

  • HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

    The cost is variable, as it depends on the kind of aircraft and the customization that you want inside. If you schedule an appointment, our specialist can give you more information after checking the aircraft.

  • DO THE MATERIALS YOU USE HAVE BURN CERTIFICATES?

    All our carpets, leathers, ultra-leathers come with a burn certificate, along with a certificate of conformity as required by the FAA regulations.

  • WHO DOES THE LOGBOOK ENTRY?

    We have an inspector that takes care of this after any work is done inside of the aircraft.

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