A new application of flying form techniques has been found to benefit the economies of panformed floor slab construction. This approach involved the ganging and flying of long pan fiberglass forms. Where repetitive floor units are called for, such as in high rise buildings and multi-level parking structures, the savings associated with this new approach can be substantial. The method is not entirely new, but its feasibility has been improved by the use of forms with especially rigid sidewall design and through the development of form release agents specifically formulated for use with fiberglass forms. The methods used for stripping the forms and the equipment designed for this operation are also important. The special equipment and techniques used in this approach are illustrated in the article.