Engineering and completions company Flying Colours says its Singapore facility has been enjoying strong business growth since opening at Seletar Aerospace Park in 2015.

The 1,100sqm space is co-located with Bombardier’s hangar in the park. It allows Bombardier operators the option to conduct cabin repair and reconditioning work in region, as opposed to ferrying jets back to its Canada facility.

A company executive estimates that about 50 jets have undergone work at the facility since it opened.

The company also discussed its 2014 deal with its Chinese joint Venture partner, Sparkle Roll Jet, which will see Flying Colours refurbish eight CRJ200 regional jets into two interior configurations, The first three have a 29-seat, multi-class format, the last five will have a full, Challenger 850 VIP configuration.

The first aircraft will be delivered before the end of April, with the second to follow. The third aircraft will be delivered in the fourth quarter.

The company adds that it sees a strong market in China for pre-owned aircraft.

Source: Cirium Dashboard