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Wed, Jun 02, 2004

Cirrus Receives European Certification

SR20 Becomes First Aircraft Certified for Import by EASA

Cirrus Design Corporation Tuesday announced that it received European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certification for its popular SR20 model. The Cirrus certification is the first of its kind awarded by the new agency (previously known as the Joint Aviation Authorities) for aircraft imported into the European Union. The certificate was awarded to Cirrus officials at a private meeting in Brussels by members of EASA. Cirrus co-founders Alan and Dale Klapmeier later displayed the certificate before an enthusiastic crowd at the Second European Cirrus Fly-in at the Schoenhagen Airport near Berlin.

"EASA certification is another significant milestone for Cirrus," stated Dale Klapmeier, executive vice president of product strategy. "The European market plays an integral role in the long range strategic growth of our company. EASA certification of Cirrus' first production model, the SR20, will help us expedite development of market specific products that address the wants and needs of the European customer," he added.

FMI: www.cirrusdesign.com

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