Sun, Jan 28, 2007
Orders Before February 26 Beat The Price Increase
Aero-News has learned starting February 26 of this year, it'll
cost you a bit more to buy a Diamond piston-engined aircraft.
On that date, the base and option pricing of a new DA20-C1
Eclipse will increase by 10 percent, and prices on fixed-prop and
XL models of the four-seat DA40 will rise by three percent.
The DA42 Twin Star base price will increase to $527,313 in US
dollars, with minor options price increases as well.
That was the bad news. The good news is current 2006
pricing will remain in effect for orders received before February
26, 2007... so if you've had your eye on a Diamond, now's the time
to call the dealer!
Diamond Aircraft offers a lineup of fuel-efficient,
composite-bodied general aviation piston aircraft, ranging from the
two-seat DA20-C1 trainer, through the four-seat DA40 lineup, to the
novel Thielert diesel-powered DA42 twin-engine aircraft. Diamond
planes have flown well over 2 million flight hours, and the company
has operated in the US for over a decade.
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