Beidahuang General Aviation took delivery of two China-made Cirrus SR20 G6s on July 25. The aircraft, registered B-008C and B-008H, are from a June 2021 order for 20 aircraft.
Beidahuang says that the aircraft will be used for pilot training. They join a small fleet of ten previously delivered SR20 G6s ordered in 2019.
A further ten aircraft have completed pre-delivery test flights and are ready to be delivered.
Beidahuang General Aviation is a well-known general aviation enterprise in China that operates, flight training and commercial flights. Since signing a cooperation agreement with the Civil Aviation Flight University of China (CAFUC) in June 2019, it has established a civil aviation pilot education institution and has successively introduced a number of Cirrus SR-20 Trainers and related training equipment.
The Cirrus SR20 (G6) aircraft produced by China Aviation Industry General Aircraft in Zhuhai is known as “BMW in the Air”. As early as July 26, 2019, Beidahuang General Aviation signed a purchase contract for ten domestic Cirrus SR20 primary trainers. The Cirrus aircraft is a perfect dual-mission aircraft, suitable for both new pilot training and business travel. It is also the world’s best-selling high-performance single-engine 4/5-seat composite aircraft. As well as having a Garmin Perspective + avionics system, and advanced navigation equipment, but it also has a unique Cirrus Airframe Parachute System (CAPS). Currently, over 8,000 Cirrus SR20 aircraft have been delivered worldwide, accounting for more than 60% of the market share of the same type of aircraft.
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