THE BOEING BUSINESS JET would appear to be hardest hit by Gulfstream's pending acquisition of K-C Aviation. K-C announced a year ago it had acquired a 54,000-square-foot hangar in Dallas specifically to do BBJ completions (BA, July 21, 1997/31), but last week Forstmann said "we will not" do BBJ completions at K-C after it becomes part of Gulfstream. Industry sources say they have "never seen it like this" in terms of completion center demand that cannot be met, particularly for large ...
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