Sun, Jul 31, 2005
New Piper Helps Bring ANN's Special
Coverage of AirVenture 2005 To YOU!
AirVenture Display Area 72-75, 79-82
When Mr. Piper
introduced the Piper Cub in 1937, he had a dream. He felt that
everyone should fly. And he believed that Piper could provide
everyone with that freedom.
Still keeping his dream alive today, New Piper is the only
general aviation manufacturer to offer a complete line of aircraft
to help realize the flying dreams of most any pilot. From rugged,
reliable trainers to high-performance turbo-props, New Piper
creates the highest quality craft for everyone -- from new pilots
to adventure-seekers to serious business travelers.
There is a feeling that everyone on Team Piper shares, a torch
that has been passed from generation to generation. A feeling of
wonder, of veneration, of excitement, of personal commitment to the
dream. From the head office to the factory floor, there is an
understanding that we at team Piper are not just making a thing
– we’re making magic. We’re making freedom.
We’re making dreams come true. We’re giving them
And that feeling has engendered a deep personal commitment to
quality in everyone here. We know the value of what we make. And
we’re determined to make it the best it can possibly be. We
build quality in every step of the way so our owners are sure of it
in the end. It is our shared passion to ensure that every one of
our customers is totally satisfied with their New Piper
That’s why we developed our Standards of Excellence
– a new set of guidelines and standards that will help ensure
consistently outstanding treatment of our pilots at every stage of
their New Piper experience. And the same can be said for Flight
Plan 2005, which demands the best from each and every one of
We know we don’t just make airplanes. We create the
freedom of flight. That’s why we give our absolute best to
everything we do.
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