Hawker Beechcraft, which featured its entire Beechcraft product lineup at last week’s Sun ’n Fun, including Premier IA, King Air 350i, King Air 250, King Air C90GTx, and Baron G58, as well as a Bonanza G36 debuting the new interior package announced last fall.
“Sun ’n Fun is a great venue to debut this new interior package that will take the comfort, styling and functionality of the Barons and Bonanzas to a level similar to that of top-of-the-line vehicles,” said Keith Nadolski, HBC vice president, Beechcraft Americas. “We also had several aircraft on display with a striking new exterior look — a new Beechcraft paint scheme with a bright red ‘B’ and striping on the tail.”
The new interior package — available on Barons and Bonanzas — improves cabin comfort and functionality with contemporary design elements, cleaner lines and improved ergonomics, according to company officials. The upgrade also includes an automatic climate control system and an LED external lighting package. The new features will be phased into production in the second quarter of 2012.
The company also is offering a King Air promotion now through the end of Sun ’n Fun, which ends today: a free synthetic vision (SVS) upgrade for the standard Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics system (a $75,000 value) with the purchase of a King Air 350i, 250 or C90GTx.
For more information: HawkerBeechcraft.com
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