Weaker King Air Sales Hit Textron’s First Quarter

Credit: King Air: Hawker
Weak economies and a strong U.S. dollar hit international sales of Beechcraft King Air turboprops in the first quarter, resulting in lower revenues at Textron Aviation despite higher pricing on business aircraft. “It’s harder to sell them,” Textron Chairman and CEO Scott Donnelly told analysts on...
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