The future of Hawker business jet lines, and the brand, is grim after Hawker Beechcraft decided to end negotiations with would-be Chinese buyer Superior Air Beijing and move forward as a standalone company. On Oct. 18, the Wichita-based company announced that the $1.79 billion sale was off to buyer Superior Air Beijing, after the two parties could not agree on terms. Instead, the company will emerge from bankruptcy as Beechcraft Corp. Hawker Beechcraft says it will move forward with a ...
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