Piper Aircraft, announcing two of its larger fleet orders back to back during last week’s Sun ’N Fun in Lakeland, Fla., is beginning to see the results of a new direction put in place almost 18 months ago to rebuild a stable and steady backlog through its trainer aircraft, company President and CEO Simon Caldecott says. Piper on April 10 announced a three-year agreement with Airline Transport Professionals (ATP), one of the largest flight schools in the U.S., for 15 Archer TX single ...

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