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Flying Colours announces partnership with LIST

May 4, 2011, Peterborough, Ont. - Flying Colours Corp., a global aviation service company based in Canada and LIST components and furniture GmbH of Austria are celebrating a newly-ratified partnership agreement at EBACE, Europe’s premier business aviation show. 

May 4, 2011  By Carey Fredericks

LIST has appointed Flying Colours as its preferred completion center in North America to carry out installations of its unique stone flooring products.  This formal endorsement follows hard on the heels of its recent installation of a stone floor aboard a Bombardier Global 5000 Business Jet. Flying Colours has secured a new commission from a Canadian client for a stone floor aboard a Challenger 601 that they are currently completing. Flying Colours is also in dialogue with other North American clients for stone flooring in their aircraft.
Under the new partnership, Flying Colours will offer the stone flooring, countertops and other products offered from LIST components & furniture for all aircraft types.  This includes their Green Bombardier completions, where Flying Colours is fast gaining a strong reputation, working in close collaboration with Bombardier.  The agreement also extends to various refurbishment projects on all aircraft models.
“We are very pleased to be selected by LIST components and furniture as the company’s preferred completion centre in North America,” said Eric Gillespie, Director Completion Sales & Management, Flying Colours.  This status will enable us to expand our customer base through the offer of the most cutting edge aviation products available.”
“The first project between Flying Colours and LIST components and furniture was carried out with utmost professionalism and dedication to quality and service.  This demonstrated to us that a long term collaboration between both companies would make excellent sense  Together, we will work to provide innovative solutions for the Green Bombardier completions and refurbishment projects on all aircraft types,” stated Helmut Wiesenberger, Director Business Development at LIST.


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