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Comlux America Expands Hangar, Adds Widebody Capability

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Comlux America Expands Hangar, Adds Widebody Capability - Business aviation publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: United States Aircraft: Airplanes
Source: AIN

Comlux America, the Comlux Group’s completion and service center in Indianapolis, christened its newly enlarged completion hangar late last week. The project expanded the hangar size to 157,000 sq ft from 128,000 sq ft, allowing the building to house one widebody and up to four single-aisle bizliners simultaneously.

Comlux America’s first widebody completion, an ACJ330, was inside the hangar during the April 27 ceremony. This aircraft will be the 12th VIP completion for Comlux America. During the event, the hangar also housed twoBBJs—one in completion and the other in for maintenance—and one Sukhoi Business Jet undergoing completion.

Besides aircraft completions and maintenance, Comlux Group as a whole provides aircraft management, charter, sales and acquisitions, cabin design and engineering, and avionics design and integration.


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