Once, “Alpine White” was the only base color to paint an aircraft. And the only relief, and sign of personalization, was pin striping from nose to tail or perhaps a special N-number on the nacelle or vertical stabilizer.
Today, advances in chemistry and application techniques have improved paint’s protective characteristics and heat reflectivity, so you can exercise your creativity on virtually any exterior surface of your aircraft.
In “Paint and Re-Paint to Preserve Your Aviation Asset,” Duncan Aviation’s Nate Klenke and Doug Bohac, and PPG’s Duane Utter explain how today’s paint and its proper application better protect your aircraft – and why you need to renew that protection regularly.
When there’s more to be said than space and copy deadlines allow, you can rely on the Business Aviation Advisor “Above and Beyond” podcast series to get you the information you need, enabling you to make the most of your aviation investments.
Thanks for reading – and listening!