GE Aviation has chosen its facility at Strother Field Industrial Park in Arkansas City, Kansas, for the assembly of its Passport 20, an engine to power large-cabin business aircraft. The Passport 20 engine will power Bombardier’s Global 7000 and Global 8000 large, ultra- long-range twinjets now in development. GE is making a $7 million investment in machinery and equipment to assemble, maintain, repair and overhaul the engine. The work will not immediately result in new jobs for the ...

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