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Tue, May 04, 2010

ExecuJet Partnership Enhances HBC International Support

Companies Will Focus On HBC's Turbine-Powered Aircraft

Hawker Beechcraft Corporation (HBC) unveiled a partnership with ExecuJet of Zürich, Switzerland, at EBACE in Geneva on Monday. The companies have gotten together to provide delivery and initial phase operation support for international customers of HBC's line of turbine powered aircraft. ExecuJet has operations worldwide and offers a full range of services and aircraft support through a program called SimplyFly Jet Solutions. The agreement is designed to augment Hawker Beechcraft's existing international sales support staff and resources by accessing some of the assets of ExecuJet's 800 employees located at its five regional offices around the world.
 
"As our markets and our product lines expand, we continue to focus on ways we can ensure that our customers enjoy a world-class ownership experience from day one," said Shawn Vick, HBC executive vice president. "SimplyFly Jet Solutions is, in essence, a one-stop shop for addressing the details that often make aircraft acquisition and operation a challenge, especially for first-time buyers or those who have not previously based their airplanes internationally. SimplyFly Jet Solutions is an efficient and already well-established program that will ensure our customers have specific and experienced assistance in addressing things like importation and regulatory issues, financing, technical or crew assistance - and do it through one source."


(L-R) Hawker Execs Bill Boisture, Shawn Vick, Christi Tannahill, Sean McGeough

HBC's partnership with ExecuJet will apply to its current line of turbine powered aircraft, which ranges from the seven-passenger Beechcraft King Air C90GTx turboprop offering a cabin that is 50 percent larger than some very light jets, to  the composite fuselage Hawker 4000 which was certified by EASA just in time for EBACE, and features seating for up to 10 passengers and non-stop range of over 3,000 nautical miles with four passengers and full reserves. The list also includes the Hawker 900XP, Hawker 750, Hawker 400XP, Beechcraft Premier IA, Beechcraft King Air 350i and Beechcraft King Air B200GT. 

FMI: www.hawkerbeechcraft.com

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