Le Bourget get-together viewed as a 'mile marker' for industry's overall release from the doldrums
It's back to business in aerospace. After several years of general depression at major industry gatherings, a parade of new aircraft--led by the Airbus A380 ultra widebody and Dassault 7X business jet--and a plethora of expected order announcements leaves industry officials optimistic that Le Bourget 2005 will relegate those dark days to history. What's more, the nasty political row between Washington and Paris over the war in Iraq--while not resolved--has toned down, adding to the ...
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