Two More 787-9 Completions Not a Dream for Greenpoint

 - January 24, 2022, 12:01 PM
The cabin design for Greenpoint Technologies' latest 787-9 completions project is being developed with direct input from the client to tailor the aircraft to lifestyle and aircraft mission needs. Each of the two aircraft will provide private first-class suites with elevated ceilings. (Photo: Greenpoint Technologies)

Greenpoint Technologies has inked a contract for the completion of a pair of VIP Boeing 787-9s with an undisclosed customer. The work will take place at the Safran subsidiary’s Moses Lake, Washington installation facility with the first of the aircraft slated for induction in 2023.

The company—which already has seven private Dreamliner completions under its belt including the delivery of the first private 787-8 and just last month, the first 787-9—noted that this experience has given its customers a feeling of confidence.

“This level of trust culminates from our VIP completion expertise, delivery performance, and long-standing client relationships,” explained company CEO Klaus Koester. “Our clients understand the complexity of these programs, and we value their confidence in our team to deliver aircraft on time with unmatched quality.”

Greenpoint has partnered directly with the client to develop interior designs that match their lifestyles and mission requirements for the aircraft. They will include luxury suites and distinct passenger zones featuring raised ceilings, custom IFE and communication options, and improved soundproofing. The design process began this month, and the company will manage all project aspects including engineering, manufacturing, certification, and installation.