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Mon, Jun 30, 2003

Daniel Webster Commits To Piper Aircraft

Daniel Webster College tells ANN that it "has chosen to underscore its commitment to training students at the highest possible level through the recent purchase of three Piper Arrows and three Piper Seminoles." The purchase was made through Columbia Aircraft Sales in Connecticut.

"Daniel Webster College reviewed its fleet last year and was looking at options for replacement in the next couple of years," says Gary Saunders, Manager of New Piper Sales Columbia Aircraft Sales. "We were in a position to offer the College one of the most attractive packages focusing on the strength of the New Piper fleet."

"There are key initiatives for flight training operations," says Doug Joyce, Director of Flight Operations for Daniel Webster College, "enlisting students, maintaining enrollment, and promotion of flight education after graduation and beyond. The Arrow and Seminole are the only current U.S.-manufactured complex production aircraft that combine affordability with modern avionics and good dispatch reliability - characteristics that are paramount to our flight curriculum."

Like any other training business, a great deal of time and money is applied to recruiting students.  Students are looking for newer aircraft with varying capabilities.  They want the latest in technology but they also want an aircraft that does the specific job required.

"The Piper Arrow and the Piper Seminole fit that bill," says New Piper President and CEO Chuck Suma. "Daniel Webster's new Arrows and Seminoles offer complex training capabilities that include state-of-the-art technology, such as Garmin avionics and autopilot.  These aircraft also offer the new look and feel that are crucial in the development and training of student pilots.  Moreover, the full-line Piper fleet provides students the opportunity to progress through advanced single and multi-engine training while keeping them interested in learning." 

FMI: www.dwc.edu, www.newpiper.com

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