AgustaWestland and a Chinese company are working to set up a privately owned helicopter assembly line, in a project that would mark a great advance for the country's non-government aircraft sector. If an agreement is concluded, the factory will begin delivering helicopters next year. AgustaWestland's aim is not only to save costs but also to establish a technical base for training and support. The move is significant in that the Italian company has chosen to work with the private ...
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