Hawker Beechcraft receives nine Beechcraft orders worth $34 million
Hawker Beechcraft signed orders for nine new Beechcraft aircraft, with a total value of more than $34 million, during the 2012 NBAA business aviation convention in Orlando this week.
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:, Aerolineas (Mexico), Aviaservice (Colombia, Caribbean, Venezuela), Aviasur (Chile) and Beechcraft de Guatemala (Central America). AirFinance is 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.
Photograph: (left to right) Chris Morales, Regional Sales Director, Hawker Beechcraft Corporation, Richard Emery, President Americas, Hawker Beechcraft Corporation, Marcos Nogueria, Regional Sales Director, Hawker Beechcraft Corporation, James Smith, President, Aerobaries, Christian Matetic, President, Aviasur, Daniel Romero, Regional Sales Manager, Aviaservice, Anthony Schieber, Global Sales Finance, Hawker Beechcraft Corporation, Keith Nadolski, President Beechcraft Americas, Hawker Beechcraft Corporation, Evan McCorry, Vice President Latin America Sales, Hawker Beechcraft Corporation