Beechcraft showcasing entire product line at NBAA 2013
The Beechcraft Corporation will be displaying it’s full product line, both commercial and military aircraft at NBAA 2013 in Las Vegas.
Beeechcraft Corporation will display eight aircraft from its commercial and military portfolio, as well as a historical Staggerwing, at the NBAA static display at Henderson Executive Airport, while featuring the Global Customer Support (GCS) organisation at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
“We are bringing great momentum with us as we return to NBAA this year as Beechcraft Corporation,” said Shawn Vick, executive vice president, sales and marketing.
“Our rebranded static and conference center exhibits send a clear message for our company: we design, build and support versatile and globally renowned aircraft. At static we’ll have our full line of piston-engine, turboprop, special mission and military aircraft, while the exhibit hall will showcase the products and services our Global Customer Support team offers Beechcraft and Hawker operators,” said Vick.
Beechcraft also is hosting a special exhibit with a Wheels Up King Air 350i .
There will also be a FlightSafety International simulator with a Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics display at the Hawker Beechcraft Customer Support stand.
The aircraft on static display include four in the twin engined King Air range – a King Air 350i, King Air 350ER, King Air 250, and a King Air C90GTx – along with single engined pistons Baron G58 and Bonanza G36. The company will also debut the AT-6, T-6C and show a 1943 Staggerwing.