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Mon, Aug 28, 2006

Columbia Aircraft Sales To Be Exclusive Diamond Dealer In New England Region

Aero-News learned over the weekend that Diamond Aircraft has named Columbia Aircraft Sales as the exclusive distributor for Diamond aircraft in New England, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

"Columbia brings more than 25 years of aviation experience and deep familiarity with aircraft sales and customer service across nearly every segment of the market," said Peter Maurer, President of Diamond Aircraft. "Their expertise, consultative sales approach and excellent reputation in the important northeast U.S. market will help more pilots appreciate the advantages of Diamond aircraft."

Diamond offers a comprehensive fleet of personal and training aircraft, including the two-place DA20, the G1000-equipped DA40 Diamond Star and the turbodiesel DA42 Twin Star. The company is also developing the Diamond D-Jet, a five-place luxury personal jet powered by the FADEC controlled Williams FJ33 turbine and equipped with Garmin's all-glass flight deck and autopilot.

"Diamond Aircraft’s lineup is an excellent fit with Columbia Aircraft Sales Inc.," said Columbia President and co-owner Art Maurice. "Diamond’s aircraft range from primary trainers, to the exciting new DA42 twin diesel, to the state-of-the-art D-JET personal jet. This new product line will enable us to address a broad range of customer flying needs and missions, and we’re already seeing strong customer interest in every Diamond model."

The Columbia group of companies offers a full range of FBO services -- including sales, service, charter and management of jet, turboprop, and piston-powered aircraft -- along the east coast of the US.

FMI: www.diamondaircraft.com, www.columbiaairservices.com

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