​Confidence that Piaggio will be around to support its customers is one reason behind the new sales, says CEO Renato Vaghi. Also spurring them are firmer market conditions, a rise in fuel prices that favors turboprops over jets, an outreach program to bring Piaggio closer to customers and, of course, the EVO itself. “We’re ramping up EVO production,” Vaghi says. “We’ll deliver eight this year.” There are a total of 12 EVOs in the pipeline, as well as ...

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