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Tuesday, September 20, 2005
 

Boeing Business Jet gets IFE package from Gore Design

News from WAEA Convention News, filed by Oliver Clanford for Global Business Jet magazine.
San Antonio-based Gore Design Completions (GDC) has announced the redelivery of a Bermuda-registered BBJ, following the completion of five weeks of significant interior modifications.

The work included the installation of a vertical tail-mounted camera system, a Honeywell MCS-7000 SatCom and Chelton HGA-7000 high gain antenna, LED cabin lighting, new seating, as well as modifications to the galley, crew rest area, lavatories and state room.

Additional work included installing provisions for a new digital in-flight entertainment (IFE) system, which will be fitted when the aircraft returns to the hangar in San Antonio at the end of this year. The aircraft is the second BBJ requiring STC approvals that GDC has modified.

"There was a tremendous amount of work accomplished on this aircraft in a very short amount of time," commented president and ceo Jerry Gore. "The team working on this aircraft truly gave 110 per cent to complete the work scope but, of course, that is the effort we give to every customer project."
 
Comments:
So how long will it take for the "planes to come in"? Until the cows come home?? Gore Design is the first company I've heard of that refuses to sign employment papers because of an issue that has nothing to do with prospective employees/contractors. They waste people's time, energy and money. I think Gore Design should reimburse me for the plane fare, rental car and time wasted because their addresses cannot be located in person. I know. I've already tried. Three times.
 
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