Hawker Beechcraft Corporation (HBC) announced it will feature three of its popular Beechcraft propeller-driven airplanes at the 2011 Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) Aviation Summit, Sept. 22-24, in Hartford, Conn. The company will display a King Air C90GTx, Baron G58 and Bonanza G36 at the summit’s “Airportfest” located at the Hartford-Brainard Airport. In addition, the company’s Global Customer Support organization will utilize an indoor exhibit, booth #1036 at the Hartford Convention Center, to interact with owners and operators.
“With the AOPA Summit’s focus on the owner-flown aircraft market and our long history of leadership in the piston-engine and turboprop segments, we view this as an excellent venue to focus on our products, as well as our owners and operators,” said Keith Nadolski, HBC president, Beechcraft Americas. “We look forward to spending time with customers at the airport as well as at our Global Customer Support space in the convention center addressing any service needs they may have.”