The long-term fate of Hawker Beechcraft, poised to emerge in the next few months as a smaller Beechcraft Corp., remains uncertain after the company this week detailed the collapse of its potential sale to Superior Air Beijing and plans to move forward as a standalone company without the Hawker name or jet lines. On Oct. 18, the Wichita-based company announced that the $1.79 billion sale was off to would-be Chinese buyer Superior Air Beijing, after the two parties could not agree on ...
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