Republican Gov. Sam Brownback of Kansas, who leads a state long known for its aerospace presence, is hoping for a rebound after Boeing’s recent departure from the state. Aviation in Kansas was once dominated by Boeing’s presence as well as general aviation (GA) companies including Hawker Beechcraft, Cessna and Bombardier’s Learjet. But since Boeing’s devastating exit, the market there is changing. Airbus, which is planning to assemble Airbus A320s in Alabama, is already present in ...
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