Sat, Feb 18, 2006
delivered 26% more aircraft in 2005 than the previous year,
according to General Aviation Manufacturing Association (GAMA)
statistics. Contributing to Diamond's increased sales were the
introduction of the DA42 Twin Star, increased production of the
DA40 Diamond Star and strong export sales.
With a versatile and modern fleet, including two and four seat
singles, as well as their new twin, Diamond expects continued
growth, especially as rising fuel costs continue to highlight
Diamond's industry leading fuel efficiency.
With the continued production ramp up, 2006 promises to be even
stronger than 2005.
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