Business & Commercial Aviation News from June 1966

Bellanca stresses that high-quality fiberglass is not cheaper to use in airplane structures than present metals and other materials. Bellanca feels the swing to fiberglass is inevitable. Cessna is boosting 1966 production to 8,000 units. The jump from 7,000 was spurred by early sales figures...

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