Boosting U.S. sales is the first priority of India’s Mahindra Aerospace. The second is to set up a U.S. plant to make all the Airvan aircraft it hopes to sell here. That’s the message from Arvind Mehra, executive director and global CEO of Mahindra Aerospace, which has just rebranded its GippsAero GA8 and GA10 utility aircraft as the Mahindra Airvan. The new name underscores a new marketing push to increase recognition of the aircraft, which is built in Australia by GippsAero, ...
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