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Sat, Jul 26, 2003

Cirrus: We Got Options -- Stay Cool, Breathe Easy, Longer!

Retrofit Air Conditioning, Semi-Portable Oxygen and Extended Warranty

The Cirrus Design juggernaut knows no end... as they announce three new options that will soon be available to customers on their popular personal aircraft.  Cirrus is introducing Keith Air Conditioning, Precise Flight Semi-Portable O2 and an extended three-year warranty.

Ian Bentley, vice president of customer relations, stated, "As the Cirrus fleet grows we want to continue to offer our customers options that fit their needs. Consequently, we have developed a list of new options that are important to them." Bentley adds that this continues the company's emphasis on providing value to existing and future customers.

Air Conditioning for SR22

Cirrus and Keith Products anticipate finalization of the air conditioning certification on SR22 for delivery this fall as an aftermarket option. Air conditioning will be available for any SR22 as a retrofit installed by the Cirrus Factory Service Center or by any authorized Cirrus Service Center. The package weighs approximately 60 pounds installed.

Supplemental Oxygen

The Precise Flight Semi-Portable Oxygen System will be available through the Cirrus Connection Company Store and can be installed at any authorized Cirrus Service Center. The retrofit oxygen system, available for all Cirrus models, fits between the two rear seats as an armrest.  Capable of withstanding the required 18G load with the rear seats occupied, the semi-portable 22 cubic foot cylinder weighs 15 pounds and provides supplemental oxygen for one to four occupants(s) for extended flights above 12,500 feet. 

Extended Warranty

Customers taking delivery of a new Cirrus aircraft will have an opportunity to extend their Cirrus Warranty from two to three years.  Bentley adds that existing customers are not being forgotten. "We are looking into how we can offer the extended warranty for current customers and hope to announce that program toward the end of the year."

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