Tue, 22 November 2016

Resorts World of Malaysia Takes Delivery of Two New Aircraft

Flying Colours Corp., a North American MRO, completion and refurbishment specialist, has delivered two CRJ 200 aircraft conversions to Resorts World of Malaysia.

The CRJ200 regional aircraft have been converted from regular airline format to corporate shuttle configuration and will be used by Resorts World to transport customers between its leisure resorts in Malaysia.

The Resorts World shuttles feature a 16-seat layout with eight business jet seats on each side. Large side ledges incorporate drinks holders, and can also be raised to accommodate a brief case or small personal bag. At the fore and aft of the cabin there is ample storage for golf clubs and luggage, while the galley has been upgraded and now features an Iacobucci coffee maker, along with cabinets for stowing china, crystal and other serving items. The aft cabin incorporates a spacious lavatory.

The contemporary style interior blends black and white monuments with grey walls and trim, whilst the exterior livery boasts a striking white base with red-feathered stripes reflecting Resorts Worlds branding.

Flying Colours has completed over 30 similar CRJ conversions into corporate shuttles, or into its unique ExecLiner VIP configuration, in the last ten years.

John Gillespie, President & CEO of Flying Colours, said, Our relationship with Resorts World further strengthens our presence in the Asian market and underlines our leadership in delivering CRJ conversions. The client has achieved his goal of providing Resort Worlds customers with a comfortable, luxurious travel option, but within a cost-effective budget which is one of the many benefits of these aircraft conversions.

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