Fly for Free in a new Diamond DA40 Diamonds Economic Stimulus Package

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Updated: December 10, 2008

While turbulent markets may make today seem like the wrong time to buy an airplane – there has never been a better time to buy a Diamond DA40 XLS or DA40 CS. This is especially true now with this new offer from Diamond Aircraft and Diamond dealers, good through year-end 2008.

With one of the industry’s best safety records, low insurance rates, low long-term interest rates, affordable maintenance and a low fuel burn, the DA40 is not only fun to fly, but also appealing to the fiscally-responsible traveler. Now, a great deal is even better.

By buying and taking delivery of a new DA40 between now and December 31, 2008, customers receive free maintenance, free insurance, free fuel and free flight training, for the first year of operation – a $13,250 value.
•    Free maintenance includes all scheduled maintenance – parts and labor – for one year or 125 hours, whichever comes first: a $2,750 value.
•    Free insurance credit worth up to $3,500 – which will cover most private, instrument-rated pilots in a DA40 XLS.
•    Free fuel card worth $5,000, which should cover the first 100 hours of flying at $5 per gallon and the DA40’s low 10 gph fuel burn.
•    Free flight training via a $2,000 training credit, which customers can use for transition training or toward any rating – private or more advanced, in their new airplane.

Combine this with the United States government’s special bonus depreciation tax incentive program that allows new owners to write off up to $300,000 of the purchase price, and it is likely the best deal you will make this year.

This offer expires December 31, 2008 and is limited to new U.S. or Canadian-registered DA40 aircraft in current inventory at Diamond distributors.
 

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