Paris, Amstelveen, 04 May 2010 - AFI KLM E&M is now offering an intermediate format for VIP cabin restructuring services, broadening the portfolio of cabin-related services with VIP completion, VIP cabin modification and the VIP Quick Change kit.
As part of moves to expand its VIP offering, AFI KLM E&M is now able to provide its customers with a comprehensive service including all aspects of VIP aircraft operation, from completion to aircraft overhauls, including cabin refurbishment, fuselage beauty care and painting. .
Present at EBACE and Aircraft Interiors. AFI KLM E&M will be presenting its new offering in its entirety at EBACE in Geneva from 4th to 6th May, and at Hamburg's Aircraft Interiors show from 18th to 20th May. These will be an opportunity to discover the many benefits customers can derive from a single supplier for their VIP aircraft. Benefits include continuous upgrade and refitting to cabin, systems and components, cleaning services for fuselage, classical MRO surrounding services, and more.
Essential player. AFI KLM E&M's VIP offering corresponds to the needs of a highly exacting customer base. It benefits from the latest technological innovations and from the MRO's international network. In addition, a smart alternative to permanent VIP cabins can be considered via the VIP Quick Change Kit. Thanks to the combination of AFI KLM E&M facilities, short term slots are available from one of the world leaders MRO. The new product, combined with full support, makes AFI an essential player in the VIP aircraft community.
About AFI and KLM E&M
Air France Industries and KLM Engineering & Maintenance, which joined forces following the Air France KLM merger, are world-leading multi-product MRO (Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul) providers with a joint workforce of over 14,000, offering comprehensive technical support for airlines, ranging from engineering and line maintenance to Engine overhaul and the management, repair and supply of aircraft components, structured around a powerful logistics network. Together they support more than 1,230 aircraft operated by 150 major international airlines.