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Thu, Mar 23, 2006

Sino Swearingen Begins Building Its Customer Service Network

Stevens Aviation Named Authorized SJ30-2 Service Provider

Sino Swearingen Aircraft Corporation ("SSAC") announced Thursday the company has selected Stevens Aviation Incorporated to provide the first North American Authorized Service Facilities for the SJ30-2 business jet.

Stevens Aviation is a full-service, FAA-certified repair station offering heavy airframe and engine maintenance, advanced avionics installation and repair, paint and interior refurbishment, and parts sales at five locations nationwide. Stevens Aviation also has an aircraft sales/research division and charter operations.

"As we begin delivering the SJ30-2 to our customers, it is critical to service these aircraft with as little down time as possible," said Dr. Ching Kuo, Chairman and CEO of SSAC. "Stevens Aviation has the reputation in the general aviation industry of being extremely accomplished and reliable in servicing light jets. We are very pleased to have them as an entrusted partner to make the maintenance of our aircraft as convenient to our customers as possible."

Larry Baker, Executive Vice President, Operations of Stevens Aviation Inc., added, "We consider Sino Swearingen's selection of Stevens Aviation as their first Authorized Service Facility to be a great honor. Our service center network has the infrastructure in place and is poised to support the SJ30-2 entrance into service."

"We've been building a highly trained, experienced, dedicated team of Customer Support professionals at SSAC in order to provide our customers with the finest support services available," said Stephen Crawford, Vice President Customer Support of SSAC. "Our latest agreement with the Stevens Aviation network of facilities is an extension of this dynamic team. We are glad to welcome them into our support network."

With more than 50 years in the industry, Stevens Aviation has sites in Colorado, Ohio, Tennessee, and South Carolina.

SSAC's SJ30-2 business jet is a high-performance twinjet aircraft with a range of over 2,500 nautical miles and the highest cruise speed in the light jet industry of Mach .83 (560 mph). This single pilot certified jet operates at altitudes to 49,000 feet and maintains a "Sea Level Cabin" pressure through 41,000 ft.

FMI: www.SJ30Jet.com, www.stephensaviation.com

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