Thrush Aircraft, based in Albany, Georgia, has completed a 10-week restructuring and has new ownership and leadership. In August, the company announced it had filed a petition for Chapter 11 reorganization and was cutting a percentage of its workforce.  The restructuring is now complete, the company announced Nov. 5. Mark McDonald has been named CEO of Thrush, which builds aircraft used in agriculture, firefighting and forestry. The team is moving forward to increase the ...

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