First, a quick introduction.
My name is Jeff Sites, and I'm the Beechcraft Product Marketing Manager
at Hawker Beechcraft. It's my
responsibility to understand the markets that our Beechcraft products compete
in. With Cirrus products making up a
large portion of the General Aviation marketplace, and being a worthy
competitor of ours for much of the last decade, it only makes sense for me to
interact with Cirrus owners.
I would also like to request your assistance. We are currently conducting research into the
Piston Twin market. Would you consider
taking a few moments to fill out a survey?
It is very short - 8 questions at most, depending on your answers - and
shouldn't take more than about 5 minutes to fill out. We believe that hearing
from owners of competitive products is important; especially when it concerns
new product development opportunities. Your participation in this survey will
give us important insight into the types of features and capabilities owners of
today's High Performance Piston Singles are looking for in their next
airplane. To get started on the survey,
simply click on the link provided.
Thank you for your consideration, and we look forward to hearing
Hawker Beechcraft Piston Twin Market Survey: http://hbc.us.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_aYs3BYc9lbd0dr6
Jeff SitesSenior Manager, Beechcraft Product MarketingHawker Beechcraft Corporation
Hmmm, I hadn't really been thinking much about a twin, but wait, maybe if you gave me a loaner, just long enough to get my ME ticket, and to commute a few weekends between Truckee and Henderson, I could do a proper evaluation. Just sayin' . . .
It's easy. Wouldn't buy it because it doesn't have turbonormalizers or turbo engines in it. It would also be helpful if it was still pressurized. Especially at 1.3 mil. I think you guys already know this though...
Joe Rainey- Former SR22G2