Daher-Socata will not have a new twin-engine aircraft in its portfolio in the near future, according to company executives. They say the company has decided against moving forward with the Grob G180 SPn aircraft for the time being, and that announcements on a new platform may still be 18 months away. Daher-Socata had evaluated prospects for acquiring the rights to the Grob G180, and had brought two prototypes into the factory for evaluation, accumulating 40 hours. But Stephane Mayer, ...
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