The LifeStyle Aviation Network Expands Jet A Twin Training!
It has been a busy time for LifeStyle Aviation. The LifeStyle Aviation Network has expanded the availability of JetA twin diesel training in more locations With the latest two DA42 additions to our Network Partners, there are now 7 LifeStyle Aviation Network locations with Diamond DA42 training on the East Coast including
Also, the DiamondShare program expanded in May 2016 to include both the Diamond DA42 and the New Diamond DA62. A new DiamondShare DA42 was delivered to Delaware in the spring of 2017.
We launched DA62 deliveries at Christmas and it has been very busy ever since delivering the all New Diamond DA62s. Diamonds newest twin has 180hp jet fuel AE engines and is a large 7-place, three-row seating aircraft. Want to get a closer look at the DA62:
Lifestyle Aviation (LifeStyleAviation.com) is in the business of helping people acquire modern aircraft to achieve and enjoy an “Aviation LifeStyle”. LifeStyle Aviation created the LifeStyle Aviation Network that includes flight centers, aircraft brokers, affiliates and international partners to create a productive, pooled source for buying and selling modern aircraft, learning to fly, accessing shared ownership programs and transitioning from entry-level aircraft to advanced high-performance planes. The LifeStyle Aviation Network offers a wide range of quality, modern aircraft from Diamond, Piper, Mooney, Cessna, Cirrus and more. (see: LifeStyleAircraft.com)
For nearly a decade LifeStyle Aviation has been a Diamond Regional Distribution Center (DRDC) offering new DA20 trainers, popular DA40 gas and Jet Fuel burning aircraft plus the Jet Fuel burning DA42 and the new seven place DA62 twin. LifeStyle Aviation coordinates the ongoing development of the LifeStyle Aviation Network and its Partner Flight Centers. LifeStyle Aviation is also the creator of the unique DiamondShare program (DiamondShare.com) that provides attractive shared access to modern aircraft allowing people to justify the plane of their dreams and “Make the Dollars Make Sense”.