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Diamond finds representation in the Great Lakes region
Steel Aviation is celebrating 20 years of sales and maintenance in 2021, and the year has started well for the company; it will sell for Diamond in Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Michigan.
The DA62 is one of the products that Steel will be promoting extensively.

Steel Aviation has been named as an exclusive Diamond Aircraft dealer in eight US states. Steel is celebrating 20 years of aircraft sales, maintenance and refurbishment in 2021. The company is based in Dayton, Ohio and its overall experience and dedication to customer support is expected to bolster sales of the Diamond product line in the Great Lakes area. Steel will exclusively represent Diamond Aircraft in Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Michigan.

“We are thrilled to welcome Steel Aviation to our US dealer network,” says Scott McFadzean, CEO of Diamond Aircraft Industries. ”Steel boasts extensive sales and service experience in the general aviation market place, which we are certain will support the continued growth of the Diamond brand as we continue to bolster our US sales and service network.”

“We could not be more excited to join the Diamond family,” adds Jaime Steel, company president. “We are impressed with the forward-thinking vision that is Diamond Aircraft, having witnessed the rapid growth and innovation of the past few years. Diamond is in a strong position for expansion, and Steel Aviation is committed to participating in this effort.”

Steel Aviation is headquartered at Dayton-Phillipsburg airport.

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