Gross sales at Raisbeck Engineering continued to grow for the third straight year, following 2008’s industry-wide setback, company officials report.
Total aircraft receiving one or more Raisbeck Performance Systems topped 161 worldwide, with an additional 99 newly manufactured King Air 250s and 350s receiving Raisbeck Systems on Hawker Beechcraft Corporation production lines.
Projected sales for 2012 are expected to increase at least an additional 18%, not including the volume expected from Raisbeck Engineering’s new Lear Jet 60 AFT Fuselage Locker, company officials said.
“For us, the world has stabilized and largely returned to normal,” said CEO James Raisbeck. “Our new and unannounced products and systems are also proceeding nicely through our design, certification and manufacturing processes for both the Lear Jets and King Airs.
To date more than 3,400 King Airs of all types are flying with at least one Raisbeck Performance System, with first deliveries beginning in 1982, he reported. The fleet is serviced worldwide by a network of 124 Raisbeck Dealers and Installation centers, including all Hawker Beechcraft Service Centers.
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