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Flying Colours displays latest conversion at Teteboro

June 5, 2012, Peterborough, Ont. - Canada-based Flying Colours Corp. will be presenting, in partnership with Maine Aviation, its latest ExecLiner, CRJ conversion at this week’s NBAA regional forum to be held on 7 June at Teterboro.


June 5, 2012
By Carey Fredericks

The aircraft, Serial Number 7779, which is configured for 16 passengers, was unveiled on 1st of June at the company’s Peterborough facility and is the ninth CRJ conversion Flying Colours Corp. has completed.
 

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This latest conversion has been custom designed by the in-house Flying Colours design team headed up by Kate Ahrens. Functionality includes state-of-the-art equipment including a fully digital touch screen cabin management system, Airshow 4000, iPod connectivity and dual galleys. Forward and aft lavatories have also been fitted for maximum passenger comfort.
 
Flying Colours will be displaying the ExecLiner in collaboration with long-time client and partner Maine Aviation who will be marketing the aircraft. Maine Aviation already operates two CRJ conversions completed by Flying Colours Corp, and are currently selling a further two, including this latest machine.
 
“Whilst we normally exhibit at a number of NBAA regional shows the Teterboro event is one of the most important for us as we have a number of clients in the area and it is one of the busiest aviation hubs in the world making it an excellent forum to meet potential new clients too,” said Sean Gillespie Director of Flying Colours Corp.