Private aviation company Multiflight, formed in 1994 and operating out of Leeds Bradford Airport, has already used the Essex-based nano coating specialists for a Gulfstream G200, Eurocopter EC155 and an Agusta Westland AW109.
Cavendish Aviation is the appointed applicator of Aerocoat International’s nano coating process which is applied to the exterior of aircraft under CAA licence.
The Aerocoat nano coating process restores old paintwork back to the original factory look, reduces boundary layer drag and is both hydrophobic and UV resistant.
Paul Stansfield of Cavendish Aviation said: “We’re delighted to be working with an established aviation company in Multiflight and adding even further value to their five star aircraft management and charter services with our nano coating expertise.”
“The Aerocoat process has restored the original polar white paintwork finish on the G200 without the aircraft being grounded long-term for an expensive respray,” added Stansfield.
Steve Borrowdale, Multiflight’s Managing Director, said: “We are delighted to be working with Cavendish Aviation and are impressed with the quality of work and service.”
He added: “Aerocoat gives our aircraft greatly enhanced paintwork irrespective of aircraft age and the existing paint condition, saving a respray, and it gives asset protection.”
Multiflight is one of the UK’s leading private aviation companies, providing first class aviation services and facilities to customers throughout the world from its base on the South Side of Leeds Bradford Airport.
Last year, Aerocoat International and Cavendish Aviation were brought in by TAG Aviation Europe to work on the interior of a Gulfstream G650 out of London Luton Airport.