Flying Colours, the Canada-based completions, refurbishment and maintenance provider, has received approval from the Riyadh-based General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) to carry out maintenance work on aircraft registered in Saudi Arabia. The approval allows the company’s Peterborough, Ontario facility to work on aircraft from “this significant business aviation region.” The general approval GACA AMO #353F enables Flying Colours to undertake continuing airworthiness and maintenance work on a wide range of aircraft, including Bombardier Challengers and Global Expresses and Dassault Falcons. Flying Colours already has approvals from Transport Canada, the FAA, EASA, Caymans and the Isle of Man.
Flying Colours Gets Saudi Arabia Maintenance Contract
- October 29, 2012, 4:20 PM