Hawker Beechcraft Announces Orders Valued at $34MM
Published November 1, 2012
Categories: Aircraft Deals
Hawker Beechcraft announced during the 2012 National Business Aviation Association’s annual convention in Orlando that it has signed orders for nine new Beechcraft products with a total value of more than $34 million.
The orders, which include one King Air 350i, two King Air 250s, two King Air C90GTx and four Baron G58s, were placed by four Beechcraft distributors throughout South and Central America. AirFinance was said to be facilitating financing.
“Our exclusive distributors are valued partners and have greatly contributed to the success we’ve had in the South American market,” said Keith Nadolski, president, Beechcraft Americas. “The Beechcraft King Air turboprop and piston platforms are well suited for the demands of operating in the varied landscapes of South and Central America, easily transitioning from unimproved grass strips to downtown airports.”
Deliveries will begin in second quarter 2013 and will continue through the end of the year.