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Debut flight of luxury Phoenix CRJ

Project Phoenix’s first Phoenix CRJ (Serial No 7211) made its first flight on 12 June. The aircraft took to the air from completion centre Flying Colours’ facility in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. The 15-seat luxury interior includes a cabin management system and in-flight entertainment, with Airshow 4000, iPod stations and full internet and SatCom communications.

Project Phoenix worked with Skyservice at Toronto Pearson Airport on an extensive maintenance programme, and with Flying Colours for the interior and completions process. The aircraft has also been fitted with Flying Colours’ long-range fuel tanks, providing a maximum range in excess of 3,000 nautical miles.

Project Phoenix is an aircraft conversion programme focused on the Bombardier CRJ platform. This first aircraft has been well received by both owner Ritz Pacific, and Jet Asia, which will fly the aircraft on its AOC.



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