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09/07/2008
Free fuel for the new Cessna 182`s owners

Cessna Aircraft Company,  announced today a program that offers free fuel for up to 18 months and a free Garmin synthetic vision upgrade for new buyers of Cessna 182 Skylanes or Turbo Skylanes through September 30, 2008.
Under the program, Cessna will pay for fuel for the new Skylane up to $15,000 between now and the end of 2009, based on average usage and power settings.
Cessna will also upgrade at no charge the Garmin G1000 avionics package standard on the 182 with Garmin`s Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT) currently in the final stages of certification by Cessna and Garmin.
``When you couple this with the U.S. government`s bonus depreciation program for new business aircraft passed earlier this year, we have a package that offers unparalleled value for the popular 182,``  said John Doman, Cessna`s vice president for propeller aircraft sales. ``This will prove to be a very popular program as it provides unique ownership opportunities.``Bonus depreciation is part of the U.S. government`s economic stimulus package enacted earlier this year and, if aircraft use and other factors meet qualifications standards, may provide substantial tax savings for new aircraft ordered in 2008 and delivering in 2008 or 2009.
To qualify for the incentives, a buyer must take possession of the Cessna 182 Skylane or Turbo Skylane between July 1 and September 30. More information can be obtained at www.cessna.com or from any of Cessna`s Sales Team Authorized Representatives (CSTAR) around the globe.


 



Source: Cessna





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