Our Team will elevate your cabin concept and design into something truly special, then work tirelessly to bring the aircraft to life and into service.
We truly safeguard your interests
The term completion management refers to a complex process involving the definition, design, auditing, and technical oversight of truly customising an aircraft interior.
After years of working in the field, our team has gained experience in the completion management of many aircraft, including Bombardier and Dassault business jets, Airbus ACJ narrow-body, Boeing BBJ, BBJ787 and BBJ747-8 aircraft. Together, our team has completed over 35 projects.
Camber is an independent Canadian company. We do not operate as a completion centre, instead, we act as your personal team of aircraft completion managers. Our team is focused on safeguarding your investment to outfit your jet by vetting, hiring, and supervising completion centres, suppliers and designers.
We use two unique corporate jet service models, the Camber Streamline Method and a unique 5-stage completion process, to ensure we always live up to our promise of client satisfaction.
Camber 5 Stage Completions
Our proprietary completion management procedure consists of a comprehensive five-stage process that ensures our clients are thoroughly satisfied with their new aircraft. We begin with the technical acceptance of the green aircraft from the manufacturer, then oversee the entire outfitting and certification program at the completion centre.
New Build Jet Management
Making the decision to customise a large private aircraft, whether it be for private, corporate or head-of-state use, is just the first step in creating an aircraft worthy of transporting VIP passengers. You will soon understand that this decision will take you on a journey through complex and intricate processes.
You will need expert assistance.
Completion Centre Selection
Outfitting and Customising
Testing, Certification and Delivery
The most exacting phase of the project begins with cabin installation. This is when it all comes together and the aircraft begins to look just as you imagined.