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Hawker Pacific Showcases Brokerage Business with Legacy 600 on Static Display

Hawker Pacific, the leading aircraft sales and product support company in Asia, Pacific and the Middle East, has added an Embraer Legacy 600 ‘for sale’ to its Singapore Airshow 2014 Static Display. The aircraft demonstrates the exciting growth of Hawker Pacific’s recently established Aircraft Sales and Acquisitions business which offers sound, success-driven consultation to assist people in buying aircraft.

Tony Jones, Chief Operating Officer, Hawker Pacific Asia, said: “It’s been almost a year since we formally established our brokerage arm to meet the rising demand for long-range business aviation in the Asia-Pacific region. Since then, we’ve seen pre-owned aircraft sales gain momentum as people across the region are recognising the unique value of the integrated aviation solutions that Hawker Pacific provides.”

“The 2008 Legacy 600 on display this week follows other recent pre-owned aircraft sales offerings and activities by Hawker Pacific, including Hawker 800XP, Boeing BBJ, Falcon 7X, Gulfstream GV and more. The Legacy is a perfect example of the complete package we now offer, having just completed its 60-month inspection at Hawker Pacific’s Singapore Service Centre. We look forward to further showcasing our brokerage business capabilities this week at the Airshow.”

The Aircraft Sales and Acquisition Services business completes the full range of aircraft sales and support services of Hawker Pacific, including maintenance and engineering, new aircraft sales, aircraft operational management, ground handling – FBO services and charter sales.

Hawker Pacific is located at Chalet CD31 and 32, at the 2014 Singapore Airshow, located at the Changi Exhibition Centre, which runs from 11 – 16 February 2014.

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Notes to Editor:

1. Hawker Pacific is a market leader in integrated civil and military aerospace sales and product support in South East Asia, Australia, the Pacific and the Middle East and is one of the largest independent companies of its type in the region with nearly 600 employees. The company’s Asian operations include established businesses in Singapore, China, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia.

Hawker Pacific represents some of the world’s leading aircraft manufacturers, including Beechcraft Corporation, Bell Helicopter, Diamond Aircraft and Mahindra Aerospace, and provides service support for a wide range of manufacturers. Hawker Pacific is also a primary dealer in used aircraft with networks to source, acquire and trade aircraft globally. 

Hawker Pacific is also Australia’s premier fixed base operator (FBO) with a network of facilities in Sydney, Brisbane, Cairns, Singapore, Perth, Shanghai and Malaysia. The company’s FBOs offer VIP services and crew facilities, 24/7 on demand aircraft charter from a modern aircraft fleet, flight operations and total aircraft management. 

Hawker Pacific’s product support activities include MRO, structural modification and support services to a wide range of fixed wing aircraft and helicopters for corporate, charter, defence and special mission operators throughout the region. Other services include aircraft and engine maintenance, repair and overhaul, special mission aircraft modifications, design engineering, avionics parts and service, plus the provision of spare parts, exchange rotables and equipment sales.

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For more information please contact: 

Tony Jones
Chief Operating Officer – Asia Region
Mobile: +61 402 890 596
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Web: www.hawkerpacific.com

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David Mair
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