Tue, Apr 13, 2004
"Building Backlog for Future Delivery"
Mooney Airplane Company, has disclosed that during the first
quarter of 2004 is delivered eight new aircraft: six Ovation 2 DX
and two Bravo DX models. In addition, the company now claims a
backlog of 10 aircraft for future delivery.
J. Nelson Happy, Mooney's president, remarked: "Our sales team
is doing a great job of selling new Ovation 2 DX, Bravo DX and our
new GX models which are equipped with the Garmin-G 1000 glass panel
avionics. We are also pleased with the quality of the aircraft that
we are manufacturing and look forward to increasing sales and
deliveries throughout the remainder of the year."
Nicolas Chabbert, Mooney's executive vice president of marketing
and sales, commented: "Our customers are showing a great deal of
interest in both the GX and DX models. I am pleased that we are
able to offer both the conventional instruments and the glass
panel, as there are two kinds of pilots and we can provide each
type with what they want."
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