Taj Air is the authorized distributor of Piaggio Aero’s aircraft P.180 Avanti II in India, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Maldives and Mauritius.
Piaggio Aero’s core product, the P.180 Avanti II aircraft, is the fastest and most advanced executive/multi-utility turboprop in the world - with a superior ‘short runway performance’. Equipped with Rockwell Collins Pro-Line 21 avionics, the P.180 Avanti II has an endurance of over 1,500 nautical miles at a speed of 402 knots and a maximum cruising altitude of 41,000 feet. With its state-of-the art avionics (fully digital, automatic flight control and the latest generation Rockwell Collins “Pro Line 21” avionics system), it provides the pilot with better situational awareness. The P.180 Avanti II is set apart from its competitors by its ability to achieve a high level of performance, with unrivalled fuel efficiency—that means low emissions and reduced operative costs. There are 186 Piaggio Aero Industries P.180 Avanti and Avanti II aircraft currently in operation and a backlog of more than $626 million, the company remains committed to developing technology and innovative design solutions to drive current and future programs.
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Piaggio Aero Industries S.p.A.is active in Aircraft design, manufacturing, maintenance and overhaul. The company also manufactures Aero-Engines, Engines parts and maintains, repairs and overhauls engines in partnership or under license with the major aero engine manufacturer. Piaggio Aero Industries has facilities in Genoa, Finale Ligure and Naples, Italy and a subsidiary in West Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A. (Piaggio America, Inc.). Highly prestigious names have invested in Piaggio Aero Industries S.p.A.over the years. At present, its body of shareholders is composed of the Di Mase and Ferrari families, the Mubadala Development Company - a strategic investment company FULLY owned by the Abu Dhabi government, which purchased a stake in Piaggio Aero in 2005 - and Tata Limited, a British company in the Tata Group that has been a shareholder in Piaggio Aero Industries since 2009.