Successfully managing a refurb or completion is not unlike spinning plates on sticks.
Of all the responsibilities facing today's business jet operators, few send beleaguered aviation managers for the Maalox faster than the prospect of having to refurbish the cabin of the employer's aircraft. The job is dauntingly expensive and fraught with potential pitfalls -- or "gotchas" -- that can escalate costs faster than a space shuttle launch if not anticipated and immediately addressed. Conceiving, designing, contracting and managing such a project presents myriad details ...
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