PRESS RELEASES AND LATEST NEWS

WANTED - GA8 AIRVAN24 Aug 2015

Trade in your GA8 Airvan on a new P-750 XSTOL III. This is for a limited time and conditions apply.
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GOING GLOBAL - BFM PODCAST25 Jun 2015

When we think of New Zealand’s proudest exports, dairy products are immediately what springs to mind. But travel to the city of Hamilton and you’ll find that it’s not all about the milk and cheese. Hamilton is home to Pacific Aerospace, New Zealand’s largest manufacturer and exporter of aircrafts.
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NBR - KIWI AEROPLANE $120M DEAL TAKES OFF IN CHINA12 Nov 2014

Pacific Aerospace has delivered the first two of 53 aircraft sold to China firms which amount to $120 million of sales.
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MINISTER WITNESSES $120 MILLION DEAL TO PACIFIC AEROSPACE12 Nov 2014

Less than nine months after the Prime Minister witnessed the signing of a landmark MOU between Pacific Aerospace and Beijing Automotive Group, Trade Minister Tim Groser was present for the delivery of the first two of 53 aircraft as part of agreements worth $120 million to Hamilton-based company, Pacific Aerospace Limited (PAL).
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IDEALOG VIDEO BLOG AT THE CHINA INTERNATIONAL AIRSHOW11 Nov 2014

Idealog’s resident aviation geek is in the southern Chinese city of Zhuhai this week to attend the China International Airshow.
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NZ INNOVATORS AWARDS - FINALISTS ANNOUNCED18 Sep 2014

What do operating tables, honey harvesters, needle free injections, light aircraft tracking systems and a rocket into outer space all have in common? They are all New Zealand Innovations!
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THE ULTIMATE FINISH20 Oct 2013

Converting to the Imron Aviation paint system has not only improved costs and efficiencies for Pacific Aerospace, it has also reduced the overall weight of their aircraft - a critical benefit for their clients.
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P-750 XSTOL GAINS RUSSIAN TYPE ACCEPTANCE20 Sep 2013

Pacific Aerospace Limited (PAL) has gained Type Acceptance for the P-750 XSTOL aircraft for Russia which paves the way for its Russian agent to deliver the first of thirty-seven P-750 XSTOLs to this promising market over the next five years.
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RUSSIAN CERTIFICATION FOR NZ'S P-750 XSTOL04 Sep 2013

Going down, With revenue relying on turnover of parachutist jump the skydive aircraft pilots must quickly get back to the airport. New Zealand’s Pacific Aerospace has gained Russian Type Acceptance for the P-750 XSTOL aircraft.
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FIRST FACTORY-NEW GEOPHYSICAL SURVEY PLATFORM IN THE WORLD19 May 2013

In what it believes to be a world-first, New Zealand (Hamilton) based Pacific Aerospace has delivered a purpose-built geophysical surveillance aircraft directly from the production line.
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