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MEET US IN ORLANDO October 18 - 20, 2022
2022 NBAA Business Aviation
Convention & Exhibition
The 2022 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) is the topflight intersection between embracing future-forward and innovative perspectives, and exploring the leading marketplace for modern high-tech aircraft, as well as business aviation’s best products and services.
Join the Scheme Designers team in Booth 1360
Orange County Convention Center
Orlando Executive Airport, Orlando, FL
October 18 – 20, 2022
MEET US IN NEW JERSEY September 9 - 10, 2022
Experience hands-on a wide selection of corporate & private aircraft and discover the benefits of aviation for business and leisure.
Fly in to Private Flyer, a unique lifestyle event and look forward to enjoying the ultimate luxury showcase. Indulge in exquisite hospitality, exclusive experiences and see the very best the luxury and lifestyle industries have to offer.
Essex County Airport, New Jersey
September 9 – 10, 2022
FREE DESIGN WORKSHOPS AT eea airVenture 2022 in Oshkosh
Scheme Designers Owner and Chief Designer, Craig Barnett, will host three free workshops at EAA Oshkosh 2022. In his interactive sessions, he will share critical guidelines and best design practices for a variety of makes and models of aircraft, for owners and companies to use when designing their new aircraft livery and in considering the repainting of their aircraft. Mr. Barnett’s world-renowned workshop is presented in a dynamic, engaging, educational and entertaining, graphic-rich and visually stimulating media.Free Design Workshops
The Mooney Flyer Published July 2022
Kevin Knight wrote this recent article about Scheme Designers CEO Craig Barnett in the July edition of The Mooney Flyer.
Planes look better, are more valuable and make passengers feel safer when they have nice paint schemes. Why? Shiny, attractive paint says, “I’m being well taken care of!”
Anyone who disagrees should walk down a flight line that includes a few planes with dull, oxidized, peeling paint. They may be mechanically sound, have great glass and avionics, even brand new engines beneath the cowlings. But they look old, decrepit, unloved… even dangerous…
The good news is, it’s easy to have a terrific paint design created and applied to your plane. It won’t be cheap but will add value and, if properly cared for, will last 20 or more years.read full article