Montreal, 24 October 2019 — Canada-based business aviation support services leader ACASS and Italy-based Piaggio Aerospace have formed a relationship to market and sell Piaggio Aerospace’s P180 Avanti EVO twin turboprop in Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, and Indonesia.
“Our aircraft has a tremendous potential in countries where the Avanti EVO has not been marketed” says Andrea Di Fede, Piaggio Head of Aircraft Sales. “With its regional expertise and well-connected sales team, ACASS is the perfect partner to help us capitalize on this opportunity.”
ACASS has sold major OEM business jets to and established strong relationships with high-profile business aviation clients throughout Africa and Southeast Asia. The new relationship with Piaggio Aerospace gives the company a chance to expand its regional sales portfolio.
“The P180 Avanti EVO is well known for its jet-like performances and it is a remarkably efficient, versatile and reliable aircraft,” says Carlo Vissani, ACASS Managing Director – San Marino. “We are excited to be able to introduce it to our clients and contacts in countries where Piaggio P180 Avanti EVO has a significant market potential. I am confident we will be able to generate significant interest and sales results.”
ACASS is a worldwide provider of highly customized support services for business aviation. For 25 years, they have empowered leaders to own their journeys with world-class expertise and best-in-class services, including aircraft sales and acquisition, aircraft management and flight crew staffing.
Piaggio Aerospace is a leading Italian aircraft manufacturer active in the business aviation and defense and security sectors. It designs, develops, manufactures and maintains aircraft, aircraft engines and structural components. Its history of innovation and progress started in 1884 in Genoa, Italy. A continuous commitment to research and development, combined with innovative design and style, has driven the development of Piaggio Aerospace as a main player for executive turboprops, Unmanned Aerial Systems and Special Mission aircraft in the global market. The company operates from its aerospace center of excellence in Villanova d’Albenga, Italy