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Piper Lands Farmingdale Account

Farmingdale State University of New York is moving forward aggressively in its commitment to raise the barre in flight education, with the recent purchase of 13 Piper aircraft for delivery later this year. The purchase was made through New Piper's Authorized Dealer, Columbia Aircraft Sales in Groton (CT).

"Farmingdale State has made a strong push to offer an exceptional aviation program to its students," said Gary Saunders, Manager of New Piper Sales, Columbia Aircraft Sales. "The university's purchase of these New Piper aircraft is a most attractive element of the overall package."

Dr. Jonathan Gibralter, President, Farmingdale State, said: "In maintaining our 90-year heritage of academic excellence, the new Farmingdale State is pleased to announce that along with our new logo and new motto, the Farmingdale State University of New York Department of Aviation will also be welcoming a new fleet of Piper Aircraft to our family. Only New Piper Aircraft meets the high demands of northeast flight activities and of our students with their advanced technology and versatile aircraft. We are happy to have Piper Aircraft help us to change lives at Farmingdale State."

Of the 13 aircraft to be delivered to Farmingdale College between August and December of this year, there are two Piper Arrows, one Piper Seminole and 10 Piper Warriors. These Piper aircraft will replace Farmingdale State's existing fleet of well-used Diamond DA-20 aircraft.

"Preparing for a career in the aviation industry is no simple task," said Chuck Suma, President and CEO, New Piper Aircraft. "Technological advances in aircraft and aviation systems are creating a demand for men and women who possess exacting skills and expertise. At New Piper we're proud to play an integral role in helping these men and women meet their goals with what we believe are the finest aircraft in General Aviation."

FMI: www.farmingdale.edu; www.newpiper.com

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