J&C Aero has completed a livery change project on two Bombardier CRJ200s operated by Spanish regional airline, Air Nostrum.
The works also mark J&C Aero’s 700th aircraft branding project.
Under the project, Air Nostrum’s livery was produced in-house by J&C Aero’s printing shop and delivered to Air Nostrum Engineering and Maintenance Operations (ANEM) facilities at Valencia Airport (VLC).
J&C Aero’s team then installed livery elements on Air Nostrum’s two Bombardier CRJ200s, covering winglets, engines, and fuselage.
Over the past 10 years, J&C Aero has supported almost 100 customers with the development of new liveries and renewal of existing ones, as well as installation on 700 regional, narrow- and widebody aircraft.
Vitalijus Malyška, chief operating officer at J&C Aero, said: “This project brought some record-breaking results for us. First off, livery elements for the second aircraft were produced within a mere 48 hours while the application on both airplanes was completed in just five days.
“Retrospectively, with this project, our livery team also served its 700th aircraft. Ten years ago, it all started as a small unit with several engineers and designers, but today it’s a full-fledged department that develops, produces, and installs liveries of various complexity.
“A remarkable growth that we are proud of and thankful to both the team and customers.”