Roy Norris, the veteran business jet marketing executive who took control of the troubled Jetcruzer 500 program at Advanced Aerodynamics&Structures, Inc. last year, has dumped the Jetcruzer because of technical problems and is focusing his energy on expanding the product line at newly acquired Mooney Aircraft (BA, May 20/236). After Norris, 57, took over AASI he told a Wings Club audience in New York early this year that his analysis of the PT6A-66A-turboprop-powered Jetcruzer ...

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