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Russia May Slow T-50 Production for Economic Reasons

Six prototypes are flying, with four more to come.

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A group of 24 airlines based in Europe and the U.S.
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A group of 24 airlines based in Europe and the U.S.
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The NBAA's 2010 Business Aviation Fact Book is available in either a printed version or online at
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Wichita-based Hawker Beechcraft and the machinists union that represents its production workers agreed to reopen contract negotiations tomorrow, with a mem
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Bombardier’s four-day Safety Standdown seminar, which concluded today in Wichita, was fully booked.
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Brazil’s Embraer remains in negotiations with Chinese authorities over the prospect of building E-Jets at the Harbin-Embraer plant in Harbin, China, a comp