Hawker Pacific announces first Australian order of Beechcraft King Air C90GTx

Hawker Pacific, the leading aircraft product support company in Asia, the Pacific and the Middle East is pleased to announce the first Australian order of a Beechcraft King Air C90GTx to the leading flight training provider CAE Oxford Aviation Academy.

30th Jun 2016


Hawker Pacific announces first Australian order of Beechcraft King Air C90GTx

 

Hawker Pacific, is the proud representative of Beechcraft products in Asia Pacific
 
Hawker Pacific, the leading aircraft product support company in Asia, the Pacific and the Middle East is pleased to announce the first Australian order of a Beechcraft King Air C90GTx to the leading flight training provider CAE Oxford Aviation Academy.
 
Hawker Pacific Aircraft Sales Manager Adam Johnson and John Walsh, CAE's Chief Engineer recently travelled to Beechcraft's factory in Wichita to pick up the aircraft.
 
The Beechcraft King Air C90GTx is expected to enter service from July 1st at CAE Oxford Aviation Academy's Melbourne facility and will join a Beechcraft King Air C90GTi that is currently being used for advanced flight training.
 
As the proud sales representative for Beechcraft's aircraft in Asia Pacific, Hawker Pacific is delighted with this milestone order and has congratulated CAE Oxford Aviation Academy on the new Beechcraft addition to its Melbourne fleet.
 
"We are delighted to announce the first Australian order of a Beechcraft King Air C90 GTx to CAE Oxford Aviation Academy. The Beechcraft King Air range is renowned for exceptional performance and comfort.  The King Air C90GTx model boasts impressive range and payload and is sure to be an excellent addition to the CAE Oxford Aviation Academy's fleet," says Nick Jones, Vice President Aircraft Sales, Hawker Pacific.
 
The Beechcraft King Air C90GTx features BLR composite winglets, increased gross weight and swept-blade turbofan propellers.  The aircraft's dual aft body strakes enable a 20% shorter take off distance and 10% shorter landing distances, better in flight stability and handling characteristics.
                                           
CAE Oxford Aviation Academy says it has been very impressed with the performance and reliability of the Beechcraft King Air C90GTi and is excited at the addition of the new King Air G90GTx.
 
 
"We have been very impressed with the performance and reliability of our King Air C90GTi that we have been working quite hard over the past 8 months in our high performance aircraft training program that we deliver to our cadets from China Eastern Airlines. The new Beechcraft King Air C90GTx will be based at Moorabbin Airport from July 1st and will be a welcome and much needed addition to our growing business," says Mike Drinkall, General Manager CAE Oxford Aviation Academy Melbourne.
 
 

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