The long quest by former Grob Aerospace CEO Niall Olver to find a buyer for the bankrupt Grob SPn utility jet program might be nearing an end. “We’re making progress and the sale definitely will happen. Grob will be sold,” Olver says. He would not give details, but did say he is not speaking to Chinese companies. AVIC’s general aviation division had previously expressed an interest in buying the composite twinjet and its technologies, and producing the airplane in that country. Grob ...
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