Beechcraft and Cessna Aircraft combined to post a $28 million profit in the second quarter of 2014, marking a turnaround from the $50 million loss that Cessna had reported independently in the second quarter of 2013. The Beechcraft acquisition and a more than 75% increase in jet deliveries helped boost revenues of the recently formed Textron Aviation by $623 million in the second quarter. Textron executives attributed $425 million of that increase to the Beechcraft acquisition. The increased ...


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