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Greenpoint starts second 787 VIP completion

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Tatjana Obrazcova

Greenpoint Technologies has begun work on its second Boeing 787 VIP interior completion.

The VIP 787 is at Greenpoint’s Moses Lake, Washington State widebody facility The Greenpoint designed interior completion will take roughly eighteen months to finish. Delivery of the completed aircraft is expected in early 2017.

“The 787 is a fascinating aircraft to modify. The sophisticated systems and composite structure offers a platform to futher expand our team’s expertise.”

Scott Goodey, CEO of Greenpoint Technologies said: “The 787 is a fascinating aircraft to modify. The sophisticated systems and composite structure offers a platform to further expand our team’s expertise. The entire Greenpoint team anticipates delivering the first 787s and seeing our client’s visions come to life.”

Greenpoint VIP 787-8 interior

Greenpoint VIP 787-8 interior



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