About Belgraver aircraft interiors
Belgraver aircraft interior parts
In 1956, Belgraver aircraft interiors took its first step in the aviation industry: manufacturing curtains for KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. Soon the business grew, producing a wide variety of aircraft textile products.
During the 1970’s and 80’s, focus shifted to the manufacture of plastic parts, cushions and arm caps.
These products were manufactured for all types of seats. Belgraver aircraft interiors soon became the supplier of choice worldwide.
In the 1990’s – building on an expanding customer base – Belgraver aircraft interiors focused manufacturing capabilities on producing seat spare parts. Once again, we became the leading non-OEM for such parts.
In 2002, Belgraver Middle East opened production facilities in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. To this day, a wide variety of textile and leather products – including seat covers and curtains – are manufactured at this location.
Belgraver through the years
The Belgraver team
Our team – with over 100 specialists – is ready to keep your aircraft interiors up to standard. Our product range covers non-structural parts manufactured from plastic, foam and textile for aircraft interiors, supplied to more than 120 airlines and MRO’s. As a result, Belgraver Aircraft Interiors prides itself with an installed base of over 2,500 ‘flying showrooms’ worldwide.
Paul van Reeuwijk
Klaas de Waart
Subba Rao Yamana
General Manager Belgraver Middle East
All our products, including design, newly manufactured and revised parts, are EASA certified.
Belgraver aircraft interiors is certified in accordance with EASA PART 145 for maintenance & repair, PART 21 Subpart G for manufacturing and PART 21 Subpart J for design. In addition, Belgraver aircraft interiors is AS 9100 certified. Belgraver Middle East is GCAA approved in accordance with CAR 21 Subpart G for manufacturing, and our products are released with GCAA form 1. All products supplied by Belgraver aircraft interiors meet all relevant and updated international aviation regulations.