Duncan Aviation recently updated a Bombardier 605 interior for a customer. Multimedia designer Ken Reita designed new drink rails and updated the seat design using new seat frames to add visual appeal and gave the entire interior a sleek, contemporary look that can be repeated in any Challenger 605 cabin.

This particular aircraft had some ornate trim features and design details that dated the interior. The customer was hoping to incorporate a brushed satin silver trim to replace the older cove molding on the drink rails.

After discussions with the customer, Reita and sales representative Adam Bruce pulled together a team of modifications specialists to add more contemporary design elements. Based on their discussions, Reita produced 3-D renderings of the proposed design to give the customer an idea of the impact the two relatively small changes would make.

“This customer wanted to improve the aesthetic look and feel of the cabin without being wasteful,” said Reita. “Many of our customers come to us with design ideas and ask how they can achieve a specific look.

“Let’s face it, any time we can delight a customer with new interior features, we’re thrilled,” said Reita. “Whether we’re getting creative and performing a few updates or doing a nose-to-tail redesign, we want our customers to be happy with the transformation of their aircraft.”