Beechcraft's T-6C Texan II demonstrator N3000B is heading to the Paris air show with a new corporate colour scheme.

Pictured at Lester B Pearson International airport in Toronto, Canada, on 11 June, en route from the company's site in Wichita, Kansas, the military trainer now sports black, white and red markings, along with a large Beechcraft title beneath its wing. The aircraft departed for Goose Bay, Newfoundland, before its crossing of the Atlantic to participate in the 50th Paris air show, at Le Bourget from 17 to 23 June.


 Andy Cline

The T-6C - which had a blue livery with the previous Hawker Beechcraft company - will be joined on static display by a demonstrator for the AT-6 counter-insurgency and light strike aircraft.

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Source: Flight International