NBAA 2011 Part 2

Here's our second round of aircraft photos from the NBAA convention in Las Vegas.

The aircraft was located in a unique static display area adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center and specially reserved for the business aviation event.
In that same area, Piper showcased its M-class airplanes.
During the show, Piper announced that the class of aircraft are receiving a host of upgrades, including interior and exterior LED lighting, a pair of Bose A20 headsets for the cockpit and improved cockpit and cabin ventilation, just to name a few.
Pilatus exhibited the popular PC-12.
Here an attendee gets an upclose look at the interior of the airplane.
Smyrna Air Center drew attention to its Power90 Upgrade Program with this King Air 90.
The aircraft is powered by GE M601E-11A turboprop engines that took the place of the original Pratt and Whitney PT-6 engines.
RS Warbirds exhibited this Shorts Tukano T.MK1 at the show.
The aircraft has a 900 + mile range and a cruise speed of 240 kt.
Aviat also shook up the static display area with the display of this Husky.
Powered by a 180 hp Lycoming 0-360-A1P, the Husky has a top speed of 145 mph and a range of 800 miles.
Daher-Socata, a company that has been in the airplane-building business for a century now, brought this TBM 850 to Las Vegas.
For more photos from the show, check out our other NBAA photo gallery.
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