Fri, Nov 10, 2006
Planemaker Adds A 'Sterling' Option
Cirrus Design announced Thursday at AOPA Expo 2006 that
prospective buyers of its Cirrus SR22 GTS and Signature Edition
planes now have a new option to consider... one that will truly
make their planes stand out on the ramp.
The SR22 Sterling paint option is exactly what its name implies
-- for the first time since its introduction, the Cirrus SR series
is now available in a color other than white.
Aviation and automotive coatings manufacturer PPG worked with
Cirrus to produce a beautiful, durable finish that was suitable for
application to the plane's composite body.
“Cirrus is thrilled to offer this elegant and unique
finish,” said Executive Vice-president of Sales and Marketing
John M. Bingham, “the stunning appearance of our new Sterling
aircraft is sure to deserve a second look, both in the sky and on
The Sterling paint option is available now.
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