Hawker Beechcraft Signs Agreements for the Modernization of Its Aircraft in FAC Service
By Dialogo July 13, 2011
U.S. firm Hawker Beechcraft, present at the fifth edition of F-AIR Colombia, has signed a variety of agreements for the maintenance, modernization, and updating of its aircraft in service with the Colombian Air Force (FAC) and Colombian Naval Aviation, as well as with Colombian Army Aviation, a spokesperson emphasized to Infodefensa.com.
The company exhibited three different commercial models, although representatives of the firm noted its planes’ military use, to such an extent that both the Colombian Air Force and Colombian Naval Aviation are considered leading customers on the continent.
Therefore, Hawker Beechcraft came to F-AIR Colombia with a large stand in order to offer its customers new possibilities.
This company is exhibiting three of its leading commercial models, with the objective, according to its representative, of attracting possible customers not only in Colombia, but also elsewhere in Latin America, taking advantage of the presence of countries, firms, and curious individuals from throughout the continent.
The models on exhibit are the Beechcraft King Air 350ER, the Beechcraft King Air 250, and the Beechcraft King Air C90GTx.
These aircraft are certified by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration and the European Aviation Safety Agency and are available for immediate delivery.