Linden Blue's dark horse entry into the light-jet market is an airplane made like no other.
Last summer, B&CA's nearly year-long discovery process into the workings of a small plant in Spanish Fork, Utah -- a center for excellence in composite construction in the United States -- brought dramatic results. Linden S. Blue, now vice chairman of UAV-maker General Atomics and a consummate general aviation futurist, opened the door to B&CA on an aviation project he's been pursuing for more than two decades. That project, unveiled publicly at the 2005 NBAA Convention in Orlando, ...
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