OSHKOSH, Wisconsin—Since April, when Piper Aircraft announced its new lower-cost Piper Pilot 100 and 100i training aircraft, market reaction has far exceeded expectations, Piper’s top executive says. Within two months of the announcement at Sun ’n Fun in Lakeland, Florida, Piper received signed purchase commitments for more than 100 Pilot aircraft from flight schools around the U.S., Simon Caldecott, Piper president and CEO, said during a July 22 briefing at EAA ...

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