2012 was a good year for Piper

02/11/2013 | TCPalm.com (Fort Pierce, Fla.)

Piper Aircraft reported a 13% increase in new aircraft sales for 2012 with annual revenue at $149 million, up from $131.3 million in 2011. While the company plans to focus its efforts on the trainer aircraft market, it has also seen growth in its higher-end M-class sector, which Piper officials attribute to an expanded global dealer network.

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