Hawker Beechcraft continues to weigh outside options for its nearly shuttered jet lines, but is not “marketing” other segments of the company, says Hawker Beechcraft Corp. Chairman Bill Boisture. The company, which on Oct. 18 announced that its proposed $1.79 billion sale to Superior Air Beijing was off, expects to file an amended plan for reorganization that would enable it to move forward as a standalone company owned by its major debt holders. But that company, to be called ...
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