Toronto, ON | Feb. 2, 2010
Field Aviation vice-president of marketing, Chris Cooper-Slipper said, "The emphasis on our new business focus is in response to strong customer demand within these two key areas of our operations. The expansion of our VIP interior completions and special mission modifications programs is an exciting step into the future for our business as we enter this new decade."
"In designing a new logo, we wanted a fresh, bold look to represent Field's new business direction, while incorporating its proud Canadian heritage and more than 60 years of history as a market leader in the aviation industry," he added. "We believe we have achieved this goal; now we will commit ourselves to maintaining this dedication to all of our customers."
Field Aviation's aeronautical engineering skills and experience are geared to modifying aircraft for all types of special purpose applications. To date, some 33 aircraft have either been delivered or are under contract for operators in the U.S.A., Australia, Denmark, Sweden, Iceland and Japan and are fulfilling a variety of special mission roles and applications.
Similarly, Field's interior completions group has built a global reputation for designing and creating innovative VIP and shuttle interiors for regional class aircraft and providing superior customer service.