JetCorp Begins Work on Indonesian ExecLiner

Aviation International News » September 2012
September 4, 2012, 1:35 AM

JetCorp Technicial Services, a subsidiary of Canadian completion and refurbishment center Flying Colours, has begun work on the latest in its series of executive conversions of the Bombardier CRJ200.

Transformation of the interior on behalf of an Indonesian client includes a 22-passenger executive configuration, along with a landing gear overhaul, 96-month inspection and conversion from a high-utilization maintenance program to a low-utilization maintenance program.

Parent company Flying Colours in Peterborough, Ontario, will supply the FAA supplemental type certificate and assist with subsequent Indonesian approvals.

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