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Piaggio Aerospace to participate with Avanti EVO at EBACE

Posted 24 April 2017 · Add Comment

Piaggio Aerospace will participate with its Avanti EVO in the 17th edition of EBACE, the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition staged in Geneva, Switzerland, at the Palaexpo and Geneva International Airport between 22nd and 24th May, 2017.

Piaggio Aerospace will be present with a stand and will display one of its Avanti EVO aircraft in the static area. Avanti EVO is the state-of-the-art of Piaggio Aerospace in business aviation. Currently, there are around 220 P.180 Avanti aircraft in operation globally.

Renato Vaghi, chief executive officer of Piaggio Aerospace, said: “As we consider EBACE the premier international event in Europe dedicated to business aviation, this will be a hugely valuable opportunity to promote our excellence: Avanti EVO, the innovative third generation of the legendary P.180, offering superior climb performance, huge fuel savings, lower emissions compared to aircraft in the same class and the biggest stand-up cabin in class.”

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