This Month In Weekly of Business Aviation History

40 Years Ago Jan. 1, 1973 – General Aviation Manufacturers Association calls 1972 a year of rebound with shipments of 9,700 aircraft valued at $530 million. 30 Years Ago Jan. 10, 1983 – Dwane Wallace, the nephew of Clyde Cessna, abruptly resigns from Cessna Aircraft board of directors after holding...

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