NBAA 2011 Part 2

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

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Quest Aircraft Company showcased the Quest Kodiak during last week's NBAA convenion.
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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.
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In that same area, Piper showcased its M-class airplanes.
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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.
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Pilatus exhibited the popular PC-12.
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Here an attendee gets an upclose look at the interior of the airplane.
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Smyrna Air Center drew attention to its Power90 Upgrade Program with this King Air 90.
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The aircraft is powered by GE M601E-11A turboprop engines that took the place of the original Pratt and Whitney PT-6 engines.
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RS Warbirds exhibited this Shorts Tukano T.MK1 at the show.
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The aircraft has a 900 + mile range and a cruise speed of 240 kt.
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Aviat also shook up the static display area with the display of this Husky.
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Powered by a 180 hp Lycoming 0-360-A1P, the Husky has a top speed of 145 mph and a range of 800 miles.
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Daher-Socata, a company that has been in the airplane-building business for a century now, brought this TBM 850 to Las Vegas.
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For more photos from the show, check out our other NBAA photo gallery.