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The first three units will be used to “prove out” the manufacturing system as Cirrus scales up production.
Cirrus reorganization puts focus its approach to long-term customer relations.
The first conforming E1000 conforming prototype is expected to fly in upcoming weeks with certification planned next year.
The manufacturer will absorb an after-tax charge of $536 million due to 'higher estimated engineering and manufacturing costs' of tanker.
CAF rescued historic C-47.
The Kawasaki P-1 was flown to the UK’s premier airshow, but is an unlikely contender for that country’s maritime aircraft requirement.
The manufacturer expects an Army contract decision later this year leading to low-rate initial production of the Joint Air-to-Ground Missile.
John Di Bert becomes the third UTC executive to take a senior position at Bombardier this year.
Resubmitted package favors Lockheed Martin to upgrade 134 fighters, replacing earlier solution offered by BAE Systems.
Vero Beach, Fla.-based aircraft manufacturer expects to lay off 15- to 20 percent of its more than 750 workers as sales dip in the first half of 2015.