Tue, Jan 18, 2005
We're Lobbying For A Personal Tour...
Diamond Aircraft has appointed
Bohlke International Airways Inc (BIA), as a Diamond Regional
Distribution Center for the southern Caribbean. BIA will represent
Diamond's single-engine DA20-C1 and DA40 Diamond Star models, and
the twin engine DA42 Twin Star from their base located at the Henry
Rohlsen Airport in St. Croix, US Virgin Islands.
BIA will be responsible for the sales and customer service for
Diamond products in Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and all
Caribbean islands south and east of Puerto Rico.
Founded in 1959, BIA is owned and
operated by William Bohkle Jr., and his wife Ruth Ann (Tuddy). As
the longest established, full-service FBO in the Caribbean, BIA
offers complete General Aviation services including, professional
aircraft maintenance, flight training, charter and aircraft
"Having been in the General Aviation business for more than 45
years, the reputation of any company we represent is very
important," said Bohkle. "We want to offer our customers a product
that represents the best choice and value available. Diamond's
modern, high quality aircraft and unparalleled safety record offers
BIA will take delivery of a Diamond DA20-C1 Eclipse in February
2005 to become the first flight school to offer modern training
aircraft in the Caribbean. The C1 will be followed with a DA40
Diamond Star FP (fixed pitch) later in 2005.
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