Piper Aircraft recorded double-digit growth in revenue and deliveries in 2017 as demand for trainers and M-class aircraft grew, the company says. To keep up with increased demand, the company has grown employment to more than 900 at its Vero Beach, Florida, headquarters. Piper has hired more than 300 employees in the past 18 months, a 20% increase in employment. Employment growth is its largest since 2009. "With aircraft orders in place for 2018 and several long term contracts for ...

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