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Fly Comlux upgrades the interior of its 767BBJ the only widebody VIP aircraft available for charter

01/16/2014 | By Fly Comlux press release

Fly Comlux, the VIP operator of Comlux The Aviation Group, is pleased to announce that its 767BBJ, the only VIP widebody aircraft available for charter, is coming back to market after a major mandatory maintenance check and significant upgrades to the cabin.

The 767BBJ is an ultra spacious aircraft able to carry large groups and delegations of up to 63 passengers in three different cabin compartments including: VIP quarters, Executive quarters and an Entourage section.

As part of the upgrade package, the cabin has been refreshed with a brand new carpet. Also, every seat in the Executive cabin and in the Entourage section has been re-upholstered with a beautiful light beige leather. In order to increase the health and comfort of each passenger, the cabin now features a brand new humidification system reducing dry air issues that are common when flying, and therefore further enhancing the experience for our customers.

In terms of connectivity, a Swift Broadband Satcom for High speed Wi-Fi internet and a GSM on board system has been installed through the entire cabin. The newly enhanced In-Flight Entertainment System enables passengers to watch selected contents through iPads, available onboard, with quick recharging capability through a media trolley.

“Since we started operating our 767BBJ two years ago, it has proven to be one of our most successful VIP aircraft available for charter. Its great and unique cabin arrangement makes it the perfect aircraft for world leaders including Governments and Royal Families.” says Andrea Zanetto, CEO Fly Comlux. “With this upgrade program, we are investing a lot to provide an even more luxurious and modern environment to our VIP passengers. The aircraft is now back in service and the charter sales teams have already secured many booking requests from our customers! “

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