Flying Colours: CRJ “ExecLiner” First Flight
May 21, 2008, Peterborough, Ont. - Flying Colours Corp. is pleased to announce that the first CRJ “ExecLiner” S/N: 7163 recently completed a successful First Test Flight.
May 21, 2008 By Carey Fredericks
May 21, 2008, Peterborough, Ont. – Flying Colours Corp. is pleased to announce that the first CRJ “ExecLiner” S/N: 7163 recently completed a successful First Test Flight.
The CRJ ExecLiner program was introduced by FCC in late 2006 and involves converting a CRJ 100/200 airliner into a 16-passenger executive configured aircraft.
As part of the “ExecLiner” program FCC also manufactured and installed an auxiliary fuel system, which will extend the range of the converted CRJ to an estimated 3000NM’s.
The program has garnered a great deal of attention over last 18 months and the companies Director of Sales, Sean Gillespie, stated that “with long OEM lead-times the ExecLiner has become an attractive option for clients from all over the globe and we anticipate this trend to continue for the foreseeable future.”
A number of other CRJ “ExecLiners” are in progress at the companies Peterborough, Ontario facility and they are anticipating the first CRJ Phoenix from Dubai Based Project Phoenix to arrive in June of this year.
Flying Colours Corp. is a Canadian based completion center specializing in exterior and interior refinishing, as well as maintenance and modifications on all types of business and commercial aircraft.
For further information please visit their website at www.flyingcolourscorp.com