WASHINGTON—United Technologies Corp.’s blockbuster deal to merge with Raytheon will create an aerospace-focused colossus with $74 billion in annual sales. About one-third of those will come from Collins Aerospace, which was recently created from the merger of Rockwell Collins and United Technologies Aerospace Systems (UTAS). Collins CEO Kelly Ortberg spoke with Aviation Week Editors Joe Anselmo and Graham Warwick just before the Raytheon merger was unveiled. Excerpts follow: We ...

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