Monday, June 15, 2015

Flying House No Longer a Dream


 In Kirkland, Washington theres a company that has been customizing jumbo jet interiors for heads of state and high net worth clients for over 25 years.
Established in 1988, Greenpoint Technologies is a Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) Completion Center providing turnkey interior completions. To date, Greenpoint has completed a number of interiors to various Boeing jets including: 787s, 747-8s, 737s, 747s, 757s, 737s, 727s etc.
The jaw-dropping living spaces can near 5,000 square feet and include staterooms, lounges, offices and dining areas. According to Business Insider, the cost of the aircraft alone can be upwards of $367 million and thats before retrofitting the plane with custom interiors and flourishes.
Below you will find a gallery of photographs and renderings of the incredible interiors Greenpoint has designed for their exclusive clientèle.

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In December 2014, Greenpoint announced the completion of the first ever private 747-8 for a 
confidential client. The 747-8 is the worlds second-largest commercial airliner after the Airbus A380.
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Greenpoint Completions
VVIP interior completion for two (2) 787 aircraft
VVIP interior completion for a 747-8 aircraft
VIP 747-8 Aeroloft for six (6) Head-of-State
VIP and Head-of-State interior completions for nineteen (19) Boeing Business Jets (BBJ)
Head-of-State interior completions for two (2) 737 aircraft
Head-of-State interior upgrades and refurbishment for seven (7) 747 aircraft
Head-of-State interior upgrades and refurbishment for four (4) 757 aircraft
New interiors and refurbishment for seventeen (17) 737 aircraft
Interior reconfiguration and upgrades for twenty (20) 727 aircraft
Full entertainment system for four (4) MD-80 aircraft
Interior upgrade for eight (8) DC-10 aircraft

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