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JVA-2012-02-737 BBJ ROCKWELL COLLINS VENUE
JVA-2013-09 - A340-600 VIP
JVA-MAINTENANCE MRO UAE
JVA-ROMAN ABRAMOVICH RBV 767-300
JET AIRPLANE MAINTENANCE BASE AND AGENT FOR PARENT COMPANY JET AVIATION AG, ZURICH. SEE (JTA) FOR OTHER (MRO)'S AT GENEVA, AND ZURICH.
Switzerland (Swiss Confederation) was established in 1291, its covers an area of 41,293 sq km, its population is 7.5 million, its capital city is Berne, and its official languages are French, German, Italian, and Romanche.
OCTOBER 1999: JET AVIATION MAINTENANCE: CONTACT: JEAN-PHILIPPE BASSECOURT, MARKETING MANAGER (firstname.lastname@example.org): HAS 14,621 SQ M IN 6 HANGARS FOR "A" - "D" CHECKS FOR 707'S, 727'S, 737'S, DC-8'S, DC-10'S, CHALLENGER, LEARJET, AND GULFSTREAM, INCLUDING AVIONICS UPGRADES, COMPOSITES REPAIRS, CORROSION PREVENTION & CONTROL PROGRAM (CPCP), STRIP/PAINT, INTERIORS, AND VIP MODIFICATIONS.
NOVEMBER 2000: BOEING (TBC) CONTRACT TO COMPLETE 1 737-700 BBJ FOR CORPORATE USE & DEMOS, INCLUDING INSTALLATION OF CONNEXION BY BOEING COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK.
NOVEMBER 2001: JUERG BISLIN, ENGINEERING MANAGER, EX-SWISSAIR TECHNICS (SWS).
October 2002: Jet Aviation (BasEl): Jet airplane, Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) facility. Contact:
(email@example.com). SITA: BSLAPPP.
May 2004: Will convert an ex-Hawaiian Airlines (HWI) 767-33AER (33425, N595HA) at Basel to a 30F VIP configuration for Roman Abramovich (RBV), a Russian customer. Delivery is scheduled for next February 2005-02. Airplane was registered in Aruba as (P4-MES).
August 2004: Eric Jan, Interior Design Manager, ex-Managing Director, Archibald Design.
December 2005: Has an outfitting contract with a Middle East VIP A320 customer. The airplane is already in Switzerland and will be delivered in July 2006. It will be equipped to accommodate 25F passengers with audio/video on demand (AVOD), LED lighting and a humidification system.
March 2008: Jet Aviation Handling will be re-branded as "Dnata Switzerland." The new name follows the acquisition of the Swiss airport services provider by Dnata in November 2007.
November 2008: General Dynamics (GD) completes acquisition of Jet Aviation (JTA).
October 2010: SEE ATTACHED "FLIGHT INTERNATIONAL" ARTICLE UPDATE ON JET AVIATION (JVA) - - "JVA-2010-10-UPDATE."
January 2011: Jet Aviation (JVA) has promoted Don Haloburdo to VP & General Manager of its Flight Services division, which is the airplane management and charter arm of the company in the Americas. Haloburdo has served in a variety of roles during his decade-long tenure with Jet Aviation (JVA), including Gulfstream captain and Chief Pilot. He was most recently VP Flight Operations. Former (EADS) (EDS) executive, Stefan Benz has been appointed VP Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) Sales for (EMEA) and Asia, based in Basel.
February 2012: Rockwell Collins, the first company to bring high-definition (HD) entertainment solutions to business jets, has been selected by Jet Aviation Basel (JVA) to retrofit its Venue™ HD cabin management system on a narrow-body Boeing 737 Business Jet (BBJ2).
The Venue retrofit on Jet Aviation’s 737 BBJ2 will mark the first BBJ to be equipped with the system’s newest enhancements, including:
Touch-screen displays that simplify cabin control and present HD video:
* An intuitive, personal 10.6” HD touch-screen monitor allows passengers to easily control cabin functions and view entertainment right from their seat.
* A 10.6” HD galley touch-screen monitor allows flight attendants (CA) to easily manage Venue’s entertainment and environmental settings.
Touch-screen personal seat controls:
* An easy-to-use 4” personal programable switch panel incorporates a touch-enabled LED backlit screen that supports swipes and gestures to select lights and audio/video content. The touch-screen switch can be dynamically changed on the fly to function as a (VIP) switch and can display flight information such as time to destination and local time.
SEE ATTACHED PHOTO - - "JVA-2012-02-737 BBJ ROCKWELL COLLINS VENUE."
May 2013: Boeing Business Jets (BBJ) is displaying a BBJ 3 for the first time at the 2013 European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva, Switzerland.
The airplane, based on the 737-900ER, was outfitted with its custom (VIP) interiors at Jet Aviation in Basel (JVA), Switzerland. The BBJ 3 is currently for sale, so the exterior remains “green” or unpainted, ready for a livery to be selected by a new owner. The range of the BBJ 3 exceeds that of other business jets in its class. It can fly 4,900 nautical miles; more than >1,500 nautical miles (3 hours) farther than its direct competitor. “The BBJ 3 range advantage is the reason why it has outsold its direct competitor by seven-to-one,” said Captain Steve Taylor, president, Boeing Business Jets (BJC). “Our customers demand airplanes with great performance, enabling them to conduct business around the world.”
The BBJ 3 also features lower cabin altitude, pressurizing the cabin at 6,500 feet versus 8,000 feet of other business jets. This allows BBJ passengers to arrive at their destination relaxed and refreshed without feeling jet lagged.
The cabin interior is finished in a bright, high-gloss sycamore wood, with hand-crafted marquetry woodwork integrated in the entrance panel. It features a large main lounge and a smaller area for staff, a dining room and a bedroom suite with a queen-sized bed and bathroom with a shower.
Jet Aviation (JVA) has completed the interiors of two dozen Boeing (TBC) commercial and private airplanes since 1978. “We value our long standing partnership with Boeing (BJC) and look forward to continued success providing quality work and craftsmanship to our mutual customers,” said Dan Clare, President, Jet Aviation (JVA).
The BBJ 3 on display can carry 38 passengers and 8 crew members. It has a large cargo area that holds 230 pieces of luggage.
To date, seven BBJ 3s have been ordered. Three are in completion; 4 are in service. The next airplane is scheduled to enter into service June 1.
November 2013: (UTC) Aerospace Systems has been awarded a contract for (VIP) seating, in-flight entertainment and cabin management systems by Jet Aviation (JVA) in Switzerland for a Boeing Business Jet 3 completion project.
December 2013: Jet Aviation Basel (JVA) has expanded and refurbished its engine, wheel and nondestructive-testing (NDT) shops. The 3 shops have doubled in size and received new equipment.
January 2014: Jet Aviation Basel (JVA) has won a completion agreement for an Airbus ACJ-A320 VIP airplane, to be delivered to Basel in the 3rd quarter of 2014.
October 2015: Jet Aviation Basel (JVA) has been authorized to provide line and base maintenance to all aircraft registered in Brazil and covered in the company’s approved capability list.