The business aviation fleet prefers bland aesthetics for a variety of sensible reasons, but flashes of color and high style are turning heads.
The economic yawn that's besetting business aviation may have sparked something electrifying. In April, a bedazzling Gulfstream 100 rolled out of Duncan Aviation's Lincoln, Neb., completion center that's unlikely to be overlooked or easily forgotten. It features a bright yellow fuselage, one red wing, one green wing, red and green engines and a blue tail. Planespotters will be delighted when they see this ``box of crayons'' sitting on a ramp, however, the owners didn't want it in print ...
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