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Oyonnair continues to expand Avanti II fleet with OrionFLY

Oyonnair and OrionFLY announced today the addition of another Piaggio Avanti II to the Oyonnair's fleet of Italian high performance turboprops which will feature now five Avanti IIs and one Avanti I. Oyonnair is a European pioneer in using turboprop aircraft for medical transportation, representing 60% of the French market for turboprop medical flights including urgent cargo and medical evacuation. Since 2015, Oyonnair has based its business model on the Piaggio Aerospace’s flagship Avan ...
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OrionFLY at EBACE 2018

OrionFLY will be attending the next 2018 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE2018) that will take place from 29 to 31 May at Geneva’s magnificent Palexpo    EBACE is the largest trade show in Europe for Business Aviation .   Come and visit us at the Piaggio Aerospace's indoor booth (#T123)  or  outdoor, where a new Avanti EVO will be on static display (SD#10). To arrange a meeting, contact directly Massimo Isidori (massimo@ori ...
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OrionFLY sponsoring a young football team

OrionFLY is sponsoring the "IV-A Dream Team", a young football team participating to the famed "A.Caro" Four-a-Side Football Tournment organized by the "Annibal Caro" Lyceum - High School in Fermo (IT) .  Massimo Isidori, General Manager of OrionFLY and proud father of Edoardo, one of the team's top players, says: “We are delighted to extend our sponsorship to the 'IV-A Dream Team'. It is important for us to be able to help in the development of young players, in addit ...
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OrionFLY sells its first pre-owned Piaggio Avanti EVO

OrionFLY, Piaggio aircraft sales and acquisition specialist, has enjoyed the successful sale of its first pre-owned Piaggio Avanti EVO to an undisclosed private owner in Latvia. Third generation of P.180 Avanti, the Avanti EVO increases its performance, efficiency and comfort. Capable of flying at a maximum cruise speed of 402 KTS (745 km/h) with a range IFR of 1,520 nm (2,815 km), a climbing rate of 2,770 fpm (844 m/per minute) it can reach a service ceiling of 41,000 feet (12,500 m). As regard ...
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