Congratulations to New Piper Mirage Owner Kevin Sadler of Austin, TX!

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012


2012 Texas Piper News - Congratulations to New Piper Mirage Owner Kevin Sadler of Austin, TX - N621KS - John DeLawyer

Congratulations to Texas Piper customer Mr. Kevin Sadler on the delivery of his new 2012 Piper Mirage on July 14th. Accompanied by Regional Sales Manager John DeLawyer, Mr. Sadler brought his new Mirage home to Austin, Texas from the Piper Aircraft factory in Vero Beach, Florida.

Mr. Sadler is based at Austin Executive Airport (KEDC) as his home airport and has been a partner at Baker Botts Law Firm in Austin, Texas for the past 14 years. Mr. Sadler has been flying for three years and the Piper Mirage replaces his first aircraft, a Cessna T182T with a Garmin G1000 cockpit that he bought new. His familiarity with the G1000 system made the 2012 Mirage a great step up for him.

The Piper Mirage gives Mr. Sadler much more flexibility in his personal travel with its faster cruise speed, better range, higher cruise altitude, and the space and comfort of the six-place, pressurized cabin. His son will be attending Louisiana State University (LSU) in the Fall and will be playing in the Football band – so the Mirage will allow Mr. Sadler the ability to visit his son more while he is away at college. It will also give Mr. Sadler the speed and range needed in his plans to visit America’s National Parks around the nation to practice his other hobby… photography!

We welcome Mr. Kevin Sadler to the Texas Piper family with his new 2012 Piper Mirage. We hope it brings him many hours of flying enjoyment and freedom as he explores the skies of America from 25,000 feet!

About the Piper Mirage
The Piper Mirage is a single engine pressurized piston that seats six with club seating. It is powered by the Lycoming TIO-540-AE2A 350hp engine and has a 213 KTAS / 394 km/h max cruise speed and a range of 1,343 nm / 2,491 km. The Piper Mirage is suited to the challenges of operating in areas where weather is inclement or the terrain inhospitable at lower altitudes with a 25,000 ft operating altitude, a 5.5 PSI cabin pressurization, and Flight Into Known Icing (FIKI) approval.

 

Images – Please click for a larger image.

 

Comments are closed.