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ASG finds its feet with second widebody completion
ASG has already carried out a completion project on an ACJ330 aircraft. Following a second success, it will turn its attention to an Asia-based ACJ320neo. All services are provided from a single source.

Hong Kong business aviation consulting firm Asian Sky Group (ASG) has concluded its work as the inspection and acquisition consultant and completion manager for an Asia-based client on an ultra-long-range, wide-body VIP ACJ330 aircraft. This marks the second ACJ330 completion project for ASG.

“The project was particularly challenging due to the status of the aircraft at the start and the compressed timeline for completion,” says MD Jeffrey Lowe. “Our benefit to the client was our ability to provide from a single source all the necessary services to complete the project, which included representing the client with the completion centre to overseeing matters of engineering and certification.”

ASG provided support to the customer throughout the nine-month completion process. This support began in the initial stages, with ASG appointed inspection and acquisition specialist assisting on the negotiation and execution of the aircraft purchase agreement and the technical inspection of the aircraft. ASG was then appointed completion manager overseeing the installation of the cabin and exterior painting, a review of the records, as well as maintenance management. The consulting group had a team of specialists on-site to oversee the project daily, ensuring quality work, fit and finish.

Following the delivery of the ACJ330, ASG has commenced its next completion management project for an Asia-based ACJ320neo.

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