Enflite to equip interior for Gulfstream's G650 aircraft

  • 07-Nov-2010 08:40 EST
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The G650 provides seating for up to 18 people, among its 12 selectable floor plans.

Enflite Inc. signed an agreement to provide interior cabin mechanisms and galley appliances to Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. for its new G650 business jet aircraft. The G650 cabin mechanisms will include electrically operated console tables, pocket doors, and monitor lifts. Additionally, a manual dual-leg Lo-Stow pedestal table will accommodate conference groupings. For advanced cooking capabilities, the galley appliances will consist of both a "zero clearance, even flow" convection oven and "inverter technology" microwave. The appliances will have full graphic LCD displays with capacitive switch control buttons. These cabin items and galley appliances will be standard equipment for all Gulfstream G650 aircraft completions.

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