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Diamond Aircraft Re-Launches the Lycoming Powered DA40 XLT with Garmin G1000 NXi

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Austria Aircraft: Airplanes

Diamond Aircraft is re-introducing the DA40 Lycoming IO360 aircraft with the new Garmin G1000 Nxi and having the aircraft on display at EAA Airventure 2018, booths 9-14 from July 23 – July 29th, 2018.

The Lycoming version of the DA40 has been upgraded with the new Garmin G1000 NXi, Mid-Continent Standby Attitude Module, USB ports for pilot and co-pilot and available reclining front seats with lumbar support. The aircraft will be available for sale beginning at EAA Airventure 2018, with first deliveries planned for 2019.

“We are very excited to re-introduce the DA40 Lycoming at EAA Airventure 2018” said Scott McFadzean, Chief Executive Officer of Diamond Aircraft Industries Inc.. “The Lycoming version of the DA40 has been our best selling model and is the ideal aircraft for both private pilots and flight training operators globally. The DA40 series offers a superb balance of performance, and efficiency to please private pilots, while delivering the reliability, durability and high resale value, expected in high utilization training operators and leaseback owners.”

With over 2,000 DA40’s delivered, a superb safety record and choice of jetfuel or avgas piston engines, the DA40 presents a versatile, well proven yet technologically advanced 4 seater for private pilots and commercial operators alike.

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United States, Oshkosh, EAA Aviation Center 3000 Poberezny Road Oshkosh, WI 54902.


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