In order to meet domestic and international demand, FCA are proud to announce that we have expanded our Part 145 A1 rating and SOW limitations to now include Airbus A318-321 and Bombardier Dash 8 1-400 aircraft, on top of our existing Boeing 737 approval.
Including these aircraft gives our customers additional flexibility in not only being able to complete repaints, but to also complete maintenance...
FCA is proud to announce a new business initiative, TAKE-OFF.
TAKE-OFF is an internal company program to improve business operations, enhance customer and supplier relations, reduce environmental impact, increase safety and develop new innovative solutions to increase production, and ultimately decrease the overall cost for our customers.
Over the next several months we will be sharing some of the e...
Today we were joined by the QLD Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and her team to discuss how the State Governments 'Back to Work' program benefited Flying Colours, enabling us to offer long term employment opportunities for Townsville.
We currently have employed 4 staff members under the scheme, with another 15 to join them soon once we double operations.
Flying Colours Aviation has been featured in the January/ February Issue 22 of the Australian Aviation Magazine.
Located on pages 68 to 72, the editorial details our back story and challenges associated with relocating and expanding operations. Featuring some unique behind the scenes photos during the refurbishment of the Qantas Retro Roo II.
Purchase your copy either online at australianaviation.co...
The first ever BAE 146 for Cobham (VH-NJR) to be completed by FCA has arrived in Townsville.
The 26 year old airframe has had a colourful past being a demonstrator aircraft for BAE before entering service for Australian Airlines in 1992, and then transitioning over to Qantas Link in 1994, before finally being transferred to National Jet (Cobham) in 2002.