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Duncan Aviation Transforms Challenger Aircraft

Bizjet Underwent A Complete Makeover

Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce the completion of a fully customized Challenger 605 interior and exterior that took a former charter jet and transformed it into a proud company showcase for its new owner. The Interior Team and Paint Shop in Battle Creek, Michigan, started with a dated interior and exterior and completely redesigned, refurbished, and repainted the entire aircraft.

Scott Fitzgerald, a broker representing the owner, initially reached out to Duncan Aviation. “I initially called for a quote on paint and interior based on the company’s reputation as one of the top paint shops in the industry,” says Scott.

However, after viewing the 3D images of Duncan Aviation’s Multimedia Illustrator, Ken Reita, the customer opted for a far more extensive renovation than he’d originally envisioned.

“When he saw the dramatic possibilities based on Ken’s designs, our customer was delighted,” says Completions and Modifications Sales Rep Adam Bruce. “Ken and I then flew to Miami with samples, and our customer selected the unique colors and materials to fully customize not only the interior but also the exterior of his aircraft.”

The renovation featured contemporary styling—colors, textures, and materials, including quartz countertops, plush fabrics using a unique color palette, chrome plating, and high-gloss, light beige wood with graphite striations that are not radical by any stretch but aren’t often seen in the interiors of business jets.  

Designer Reita took the customer’s location, Miami, with its bright hues, light and energy, into consideration when pulling together the color palette for the project.

The ability to converse in the cabin without shouting was also something the customer was concerned about. So the interior team brought in a specialist to gauge the noise levels in the cabin during test flights, and they conceived of a way to dampen the aircraft noise.

“We augmented the sound-proofing package and dropped the noise level in the cabin from 3.8db to 2.4db,” says Completions and Modifications Sales Rep Adam Bruce.

“The Duncan Aviation team was a pleasure to work with from start to finish,” says Scott. “They were accommodating and willing to adapt on-the-fly to our changes throughout the term of the project.”

(Image provided with Duncan Aviation news release)

FMI: www.duncanaviation.aero

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