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Spanish and Portuguese to benefit from BEA's Piper know-how
BEA has been turning its London Wycombe Air Park hub into a dedicated space to showcase Piper products. It is the approved dealer for the UK, Ireland and the Channel Islands and will now sell to Portugal and Spain too.
The M-Class turboprops have been well-received in the market.
Read this story in our February 2019 printed issue.

London Wycombe Air Park-headquartered British European Aviation (BEA) has been appointed as the Piper Aircraft dealer for Spain and Portugal, one year on from being appointed for the UK, Ireland and the Channel Islands.

A Piper centre of excellence with service centre and dedicated BEA Piper offices have recently been established at the air park for the benefit of owners and flyers. The facility already provides covered and open aircraft parking, a tarmac runway and taxiway, ground fuelling services and ATC.

Piper Aircraft types range from a technically-advanced line of personal transport and pilot training aircraft to M-Class turboprops, all of which offer luxury, performance, quality and value according to the OEM and BEA.

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