Vero Beach, Fla., July 10, 2012 - Piper Aircraft named Korea Business Air Service Co., Ltd. as the company dealer for new aircraft sales in the Republic of Korea. The South Korean market is the latest addition to the growing international network of Piper Aircraft dealers.
"As Piper re-enters the Korean marketplace, we are delighted to appoint Su-dong Lim and Korea Business Air Service as our dealer in the area for new aircraft sales," said Piper Director of Sales for Asia Pacific Dana Cox. "The company's reputation, knowledgeable personnel and strategic locations at Gimpo Airport and Incheon International Airport near Seoul provide an ideal foundation for growing sales of new Piper airplanes in this important economic trading region."
Su-dong Lim, the dealer principal of Korea Business Air Service, said, "Our customers are looking forward to being able to purchase Piper airplanes which offer economical operational and acquisition costs for personal and business flying requirements." Korea Business Air Service also provides aircraft maintenance and FBO services. Korea Business Air Service's business model features quality management, customer satisfaction, teamwork and training and development.
About Piper Aircraft
Piper Aircraft, Inc. is headquartered in Vero Beach, Florida. A global force in aviation, Piper is an investment of the Ministry of Finance of the Government of Brunei. The company offers efficient single-engine and twin-engine trainer, personal and business aircraft. With economical acquisition and operating costs, Piper airplanes deliver the best value available today and into the future. Piper is a member of the General Aviation Manufacturers Association.
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