Austria’s Diamond Aircraft has sold a second DA62 piston-twin to UK flight inspection services provider, Flight Calibration Services (FCSL).

The sale, announced on the opening day of the show – where the DA62 is making its debut – comes a month after the first aircraft was handed over to the London-based company. Matt Taiyeb, FCSL director says the additional DA62 will help to bolster the firm's burgeoning business.

"We have experienced remarkable growth over the last few years; in excess of 30% per annum,” says Taiyeb. “The DA62 will help support this continued growth whilst reducing cost of operation and the impact of our operations on the environment.”

As well a DA62, FCSL also operates two Piper PA-31 Navajos. The aircraft are used to inspect and calibrate airfield navigation aids – including instrument landing systems and primary and secondary radars – for airports and airfield owners.

Source: Flight Daily News