Beechcraft management, in the throes of divesting the Premier and Hawker 4000 programs, wants to make this crystal clear: The Hawker 400 and 800 programs are not for sale. “There’s some perception in the marketplace that we’re not in the Hawker business,” Brian Howell, vice president sales and business development, Global Customer Support at Beechcraft Corp., acknowledged last week. “That perception couldn’t be more false.” The company had built up a parts inventory and service network ...
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