First Blackhawk modification for Flying Colours


Flying Colours confirms first modification under new Blackhawk agreement

Flying Colours has announced
its first turboprop Blackhawk modification project.

In January 2012 Flying
Colours will see the arrival of a privately owned King Air C90 The aircraft
will undergo a full XP 135 engine conversion. The scope of the work will also
feature additional routine maintenance inspections along with interior

“Hawker Beechcraft King Airs
are particularly suitable for and popular aircraft within the Canadian market.
Having a local service centre will make it easier and more cost effective for
turbo-prop owners to implement specific upgrades and mods. We are extremely
pleased to have been appointed as Blackhawk’s distributor and look forward to
enhancing their profile even further throughout the country,” says Sean
Gillespie director, sales & marketing, Flying Colours.

“Blackhawk is delighted to
welcome Flying Colours to our outstanding team of dealers and service provider,
“said Jim Allmon Blackhawk president and chief execuitive officer “The
agreement will provide exceptional capabilities to our customer. Our agreement
expands their expertise and facilitates Blackhawk performance upgrades for
turboprop aircraft in Canada.”