The South Korean government is looking at backing development of a business jet as the foundation of a national industry capable of building its own complete civil transports. If the program goes ahead, possibly in a year or two, the manufacturer will be Korea Aerospace Industries. For the moment, the Korea Advanced Business Jet (KABJ) is the backstop to a priority program, development of a turboprop airliner. But the turboprop is not progressing smoothly, with South Korea struggling ...

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