Germany's 328 Support Services and US-based Duncan Aviation have delivered and certified a full cabin completion on a Finnish registered Challenger 604. Following 328's work on the EASA certification, the aircraft was delivered to the customer in December. 328 was responsible for verifying all the engineering data involved in the project as well as certifying the modification with a new EASA Part 21 minor change approval, while Duncan Aviation undertook all the production, installation and testing activity at its facility in Battle Creek, Michigan.
The project included a new grey carpet throughout the flight deck, galley, cabin and entrance hallway; flight deck crew seats and an entry jump seat; reupholstered cabin and conference seating; and matching upper sidewall and window panels.
Jörg Gorkenant, COO and head of 328 Design, says: “We are very pleased to continue our collaboration with Duncan Aviation and deliver another successful project for a European customer. We look forward to starting work on some other projects together in 2017.”
Certification coordinator at Duncan Aviation Trevor Smith adds: “We are proud of our partnership with 328 and enjoy working with its dedicated and talented team members.”
328 has been working in partnership with Duncan Aviation since 2014, and this project was the 31st between the two organisations.