Eclipse Aerospace is close to achieving the third of three business objectives set when it acquired the assets of bankrupt Eclipse Aviation – resuming deliveries of the very-light jet, last produced in 2008. The first goal set when the “new” Eclipse opened for business in September 2009 was to restore service and support for the 260 EA500s built by the “old” Eclipse. The second was to complete development of the aircraft and field the upgrades to existing operators. “Third was to ...
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