Daher-Scoata continues to investigate the possibility of using the SPn utility jet, initially developed by Grob before that company filed for insolvency, as the baseline for a second product offering. Two prototypes — one in flying condition — remain at the Socata facility in Tarbes. A decision on whether to launch a twin-jet program derived from the SPn is likely this year.
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