Cirrus Aircraft have announced that it shipped 308 new aircraft in 2014, a 12% increase over 2013.
The SR22 is still ruling the pack, maintaning its position as the best-selling airplane it its segment for the 12th year in a row. Cirrus Aircraft has now delivered over 5,800 new aircraft and the global Cirrus fleet has amassed over six million flight hours.
“In just the last 12 months, we have added compelling new features and capabilities to our line of piston aircraft, reached new milestones in customer flight safety, implemented global direct parts distribution, added employees in Duluth and Grand Forks and flown three new conforming Vision Jets,” said Todd Simmons, Chief Customer Officer and Executive Vice President Sales, Marketing and Customer Support at Cirrus Aircraft.
“2014 was not only a strong year for new aircraft deliveries at Cirrus, but just as important we made substantial progress in key areas across the enterprise that are critical for growth ahead. Investing in the future, continuing to promote safety and enhancing the customer experience defined Cirrus Aircraft in 2014,” Simmons added.
2015 is set to be an exciting year for Cirrus, with the first Vision Jets set to come off the production line in Q4.