Cessna explores business jet collaboration as Avic Defense churns out Skycatchers
While most Western aircraft makers weigh the costs and benefits of ordering more parts from China, a defense factory in the country's northeast is busily turning out three complete airplanes a week for one U.S. company. And the customer, Cessna, is looking at how it might take another step in the relationship, even while supplier Avic Defense is still ramping up production of the current product, the 162 Skycatcher light sport airplane. Avic Defense aims to build large business ...
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