Flying Colours Corp. has opened a new 12,000 square foot interiors facility based at Singapore’s Seletar Aerospace Park in the Bombardier Aerospace Singapore Service Centre. The completion and refurbishment specialist has already completed its first project of refinishing woodwork on a Challenger 605 model.
One of the main reasons for opening the Singapore facility is there are very few facilities in the region capable of refurbishing Challenger, Global or Learjet aircraft. This eliminates the need to fly aircraft to either Europe or the United States.
The shop is currently refurbishing and refinishing the woodwork on two Global models. They offer a full range of interiors services including preliminary inspections, removals and installation, repair, modification and refurbishment work. The full service interior offering complements Bombardier’s comprehensive line and heavy maintenance services at the same facility.
It houses a dedicated gluing workshop, polishing room with down draft tables, and sanding room. A humidity controlled spray room provides a secure area for varnishing and finishing woodwork. Numerous workstations are set up for upholstery, soft furnishing, and material cutting. A dedicated design room has also been installed where customers are invited to discuss interior refurbishment projects, select materials and create new designs.