A sequel to compete with an ongoing original
Since creating, testing, certifying, producing and promoting an all-new aircraft is such an expensive propositionâ€”I've heard figures ranging from $100 million to 10 times that, depending upon the design's complexity and performanceâ€”reworking an existing model is a much-practiced tactic among planemakers. And a new wave of redos is upon us. Indeed, Second Chancers helped anchor the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Annual Convention, held in Las Vegas Oct. 22-24. The retro ...
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