Posted on: 14 April 2016 by Mark Howells
tIn collaboration with a local aircraft business entrepreneur, AIM Altitude has revitalised the interiors of a fleet of Challenger 600 series aircraft.
tttAIM Altitude’s Composites division has used a dip-print process to enhance the look of a whole range of aircraft, from Boeing B747s and B737s – through to the Boeing 777 and Airbus A320, and A380s and B787s.ttttttThe variety of finishes available with this process have been used by some high-profile customers within the commercial aviation sector to change the look of an aircraft’s interior in a number of ways: from individual areas and compartments, to sections within the aircraft interior or, complete aircraft interiors.ttttttImportantly, the process has very little effect on the weight of the components, and has better FST characteristics, which are able to meet the particularly high requirements for commercial aircraft. Along with this, dip print’s flexibility makes it easier to use and more successful on profiled contours. As with veneering, dip print is able to achieve a very high gloss finish. In addition, customers can also opt for the more subtle satin finish, or a matt finish for the natural wood effect.tttt