Flying Colours completes King Air C90 modification


Flying Colours has completed the first Blackhawk modification on King Air C90

King Air C90Flying Colours has completed and delivered its first turboprop Blackhawk modification following the signing of a service agreement with Blackhawk Modifications Inc. at the NBAA 2011 conference.

The first project, which completed at the end of February, entailed modifications to a privately owned King Air C90 at Flying Colours Peterborough location.

“The first modification under the new agreement with Blackhawk has gone to schedule and demonstrates that Flying Colours Corp. is committed to providing this essential service to King Air & Caravan owners and operators. With a relatively high number of these aircraft types in Canada we anticipate the benefits of the modifications, and convenience of having a local service centre in Canada, will be welcomed by the local owners and operators,” said Sean Gillespie, director of sales and marketing Flying Colours.

“We are delighted that Flying Colours have completed their first XP 135 installation under our new agreement. The aircraft was completed on time and delivered to high customer praise, which is precisely what we are looking for in all our distributors,” stated Bobby Patton, Blackhawk modifications director for international distribution.