Sat, May 19, 2012
Total Sales Exceed $120 million, Including 3 Hawker 4000 Jets
EBACE was a good show for Hawker Beechcraft, which announced Thursday that it secured orders for 11 aircraft - including three of its flagship Hawker 4000 super-midsize business jets, a Hawker 400XPR, six King Air 350i turboprops and a King Air 250. The European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) that concluded Wednesday at Geneva International Airport in Geneva, Switzerland. The total sales amount to more than $120 million.
"EBACE 2012 has been an inspiring show for us, underscoring that this region of the world is important to the growth of business aviation and that Hawker Beechcraft has highly sought aircraft solutions to meet the transportation needs here," said Shawn Vick, HBC executive vice president, Customers. "We are particularly proud that these orders are based on existing relationships, an endorsement of the quality of our products and the customer service and support delivered by the Hawker Beechcraft team."
As part of the 11 orders at EBACE, HBC also secured an order for six Beechcraft King Air 350i turboprops from Hawker Pacific, a leading sales and product support company throughout the Asia Pacific region. The order builds on Hawker Pacific's long-standing relationship with HBC and will support its growing commercial and special missions operations across Australia and Southeast Asia. (Pictured Hawker 4000 file photo)
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