The 2012 Democratic National Convention is set for the week of September 3, 2012. The Rock Hil l- York County Airport is ideally positioned as the gateway to Charlotte. Click on the image below to see a video on the Rock Hill - York County Airport and why it is the best choice for visiting Charlotte. Contact Skytech UZA at 803-366-5108 for additional information.
Skytech has now accomplished two installations of the new Garmin GTN-750 and GTN-650 touch-screen fully integrated GPS/NAV/COMM systems in a Pilatus PC-12 cockpit. The 6-in. tall system's intuitive touch-screen controls and large display give you unprecedented access to high-resolution terrain mapping, graphical flight planning, geo-referenced charting, traffic display, satellite weather and much more. These capabilities are a perfect fit for the -45 and -47 series of the Pilatus PC-12 and Skytech is proud to have completed the first installation to the fleet.
Here is your opportunity to see the latest aircraft from Pilatus and Piper and Cessna. The aircraft will be open for display and Skytech representatives will be avialable to answer your questions. Check our Upcoming Events page under Aircraft Sales for complete information. Upcoming events include:
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President Obama has signed the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010. This legislation brings back 50% bonus depreciation for qualified business aircraft purchases. Property placed in service in taxable years beginning after January 1, 2010 and before December 31, 2010 will qualify for 50% bonus depreciation.
Piper Aircraft's high-performance single-engine light business jet is getting a much larger round fuselage design that gives customers an even more spacious cabin to complement already efficient acquisition and operating costs.
The single-pilot PiperJet Altaire, as it is now named, was unveiled at the 63rd Annual Meeting and Convention of the National Business Aviation Association on Tuesday October 19th in Atlanta.
“While the earlier PiperJet design, with it's Piper M-class cabin cross section, provided a comfortable environment, we wanted to give our jet customers an even roomier light jet that incorporates a scalable design paving the way for a future family of competitive business jets,” said Piper CEO Geoffrey Berger.
The newly named PiperJet Altaire features a new configuration. Its larger redesigned round fuselage is mounted on top of an expanded-chord wing, with a shorter vertical empennage located slightly aft atop an elongated engine nacelle.