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Aircraft Ltd. awarded Western Aircraft as The Pilatus PC-12 Dealer
of The Year and the Excellence in PC-12 Service and Support Award
in 2004. Located in Boise, Idaho, the company has been an
authorized Pilatus PC-12 Dealer and Service Center since 1996
"Western Aircraft's success is a key driver in Pilatus' overall
success," said Thomas Bosshard, Pilatus Business Aircraft's
President and CEO. "Their professionalism in sales and total
dedication to supporting their customers sets a benchmark for the
rest of the industry to aspire to. We're delighted to celebrate yet
another achievement for the entire Western Aircraft team."
Allen Hoyt, Western
Aircraft's CEO stated that the company "has delivered 90 new PC-12
aircraft to date in our market area, and is on schedule to deliver
another 13 aircraft by the end of 2005. The fact that Western
Aircraft has sold almost 20% of the factory's production over the
past 10 years certainly speaks well for Western Aircraft, but also
proves that the PC-12 has established itself as an ideal aircraft
for corporate, charter, and private owner/operators throughout the
Northwestern United States."
Western Aircraft is an authorized Pilatus and ATG dealer, and
operates a full-service FBO and FAA certified aircraft repair
station in Boise.
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