Air France – KLM Engineering & Maintenance to refurbish three Boeing 777s

April 10, 2018


Air France – KLM Engineering & Maintenance has won a contract to refurbish three Boeing 777s cabins from AerCap.


The three 777-300s are set to be delivered to an undisclosed customer and the modification on the first aircraft is scheduled to start in October 2018.


According to AF-KLM engineering, the programs involve cabin reconfiguring and refitting, and retrofitting Zodiac Aerospace’s RAVE IFE system – a global first on 777 family aircraft.

AirCap is the world’s leading aircraft leasing company. As of December 31, 2017, 1,531 owned, managed or on order aircraft in its portfolio. AerCap serves approximately 200 customers in approximately 80 countries with comprehensive fleet solutions.


KLM Engineering & Maintenance claims to have modified cabins of more than 100 777s for its parent carriers and third-party customers.

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