New Zealand’s air force plans to lease five used Beechcraft King Air 200 aircraft from Australian company Hawker Pacific to replace five King Air 200s it currently leases from another company. “We are currently in negotiations with Hawker Pacific to conclude a contract to lease five secondhand King Air 200s to replace the fleet currently leased from Aeromotive,” New Zealand’s air force chief, Air Vice Marshal Peter Stockwell says. “This follows a competitive tender process,” he says, ...
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