Boeing’s new BBJ747-8 and BBJ787 are filling hangars in completion and refurbishment centers and the pipeline remains full.

According to Boeing Business Jets, the order book for the 747-8 totals nine aircraft and the 787 book is at 14. To date eight 747-8s and four 787s have been delivered to completion centers around the world.

• AMAC Aerospace received its first 747-8 in November and was expecting customer delivery of the finished airplane in late 2014 or early 2015. The interior includes the Aeroloft, developed by Greenpoint Technologies, which adds 325 square feet of addition rest or recreational area with eight private sleeping berths in the aft, upper section of the aircraft.

• At Associated Air Center in Dallas, the facility has a 747-8 in the works and anticipates customer delivery in the fourth quarter of 2015. The center was planning to welcome a 787-8 for head-of-state outfitting this month.

• At GDC Technics (Booth 2646), the San Antonio-based facility is at work completing two 787s simultaneously, both being outfitted as head-of-state aircraft.

• Greenpoint Technologies took in the first 747-8, delivered to the Kirkland, Wash. center for installation of the Aeroloft prior to passing it along to another center for full interior completion. Currently, Greenpoint has a 747-8 in process, scheduled for delivery by the end of 2015. The first 787 arrived for outfitting earlier this year and a second is expected to roll into the hangar in 2015.

• Jet Aviation Basel is “in discussions” with a number of 747-8 and 787 customers. In August 2010 the Swiss company claimed to be the first completion center to sign a 747-8 customer, but the client later passed away and the contract was dropped.

• In Waco, Texas, L-3 Platform Integration is at work on two 747-8s simultaneously, each for a different head-of-state. The first arrived in November 2012 and the second just a month later. Customer delivery of both is anticipated in late 2014. With 500,000 square feet of hangar space, L-3 (Booth 3016) can easily accommodate multiple widebody VIP jets simultaneously.

• At Lufthansa Technik (Booth 2289), work is progressing simultaneously on two 747-8s. Both were delivered to the center in Hamburg, Germany, in 2012 and delivery of the pair is expected in 4Q 2014.

The total under completion at various centers are seven 747-8s and four 787s. That leaves two more 747-8s to go, and 10 787s.

The order book for VVIP Airbus ACJ350 XWBs now stands at one aircraft, after reaching eight in the euphoric pre-financial-crisis days of 2008 and 2009.