Photo Credit Hawker Beechcraft CorporationThe 2012 European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition, which will take place May 14-16 in Geneva, Switzerland will see the addition of eight luxury private jets and aircraft from Hawker Beechcraft Corporation (HBC). HBC is a world leader in the manufacturing of many types of planes including, business, special mission, light attack and trainer crafts. The company will be bringing its entire line of aircraft and will also debut the new Hawker 800XPR as well as the Special Mission Beechcraft King Air 350ER.
Sean McGeough, Hawker Beechcraft Corporation president said, ““We announced the Hawker 800XPR upgrade at the 2010 EBACE and are proud to debut the aircraft at this year’s event with EASA and FAA certifications completed. Deliveries began last fall and we’re seeing great interest in the European market for this upgrade that offers greater range, better time to climb and faster cruise speeds than the Hawker 800XP, the industry’s best-selling midsize jet.”
Other aircraft that will be on display are Hawker 4000, a midsize business jet, Hawker 900XP, possessing new Honeywell engines and enhanced winglets, Premier IA, a light, advanced technology jet with a seven-passenger capacity, King Air 350i, a luxury plane focused on cabin comfort, King Air C90GTx, an enhanced, comfort-driven craft, and Baron G58, a twin-engine piston jet with a premium cabin.
HBC continually strives to make improvements to their models by enhancing engine and design technology as well as seeking to better interior comforts. For more information visit HawkerBeechCraft.com.