We're thrilled to be part of a second offload program of this magnitude.
Costa Mesa, CA (PRWEB) January 30, 2014
Leading Edge Aviation Services (LEAS), the largest commercial and military aircraft painting company in the world, announced today that it successfully painted its first 777 in a new offload program for Boeing at its state-of-the-art Victorville, California facility. The aircraft, which was built by Boeing Everett in Washington, arrived in California on January 3rd, where it began the transformation to its final Ethiopian Airlines livery.
Chris Harano, President and Chief Executive Officer, LEAS, says that the 777 program is a big step forward in the company’s relationship with Boeing. “The Boeing South Carolina 787 program at our Fort Worth facility has been very successful since it first began in 2012. We’re thrilled to be part of a second offload program of this magnitude and excited to build a successful partnership with Boeing Everett through the 777 program in Victorville.”
About Leading Edge Aviation Services
Headquartered in Costa Mesa, California with operations in eight state-of-the-art facilities nationwide, Leading Edge Aviation Services, Inc. is the leading commercial, military, OEM and VIP aircraft painting company. To date, the company has refinished nearly 10,000 aircraft and currently refinishes over 500 aircraft per year across all locations. Founded in 1989, the company’s success is attributed to its strong vision and a continuous commitment to quality and excellence. Today, Leading Edge delivers an extensive range of commercial services including aircraft interior and exterior paint, aviation graphics, aircraft weighing, interior deep cleaning and aircraft exterior wash and polish. For more information, visit our web site at http://www.leadingedgecorp.com.