A mixture of new and proven technology is being exploited in business jet refurbs and completions. Starting from a bare cabin and proceeding with a generic interior installation, here's a sampling of what's de rigueur today and, in some cases, what to look out for in terms of potential problems. Shells and Soundproofing Packages Since the 1980s, composite-media shells have become the norm for establishing the headliners and sidewalls of medium- and large-cabin business jets. ...
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