Having recently renovated a Bombardier Global Express, Nebraska-headquartered Duncan Aviation felt the unique design elements incorporated throughout the interior perfectly showcased its multi-shop capabilities. The team created a time-lapse video to capture the difference between how the aircraft looked before and after. It shows the aircraft originally looking dated both inside and out, with sun-dulled exterior paint and dark, heavy colours throughout the cabin, to boasting a glossy new exterior, stainless steel stairs and a bright and spacious contemporary interior.
From the design specifications, Duncan Aviation's interior and completion shops built a spectacular starburst on the bulkhead divider. The resulting work of art demanded a delicate balance between the weight and durability of the materials, and the interior team fit every contour and line so the starburst aligns perfectly when the door is closed.
Stingray skins adorn the custom-made tables in the cabin, and elements of the skin were carried through to the sink in the aft lavatory. There is marble flooring beneath the gleaming wood cabinets in the galley and the custom-designed carpet in the cabin complements the honeycomb design of the roomy, comfortable seats.
The video appears at www.duncanaviation.aero/global-interior.