Three decades after the end of the Cold War, Poland has found itself on the outside of aircraft design, looking through the windows of foreign OEMs. But with some investments and rebuilding of key skills, many think the nation could restore its ability to create new aircraft within its own borders. Poland was once a powerhouse of indigenous aircraft design and production. Warsaw’s state-owned PZL (State Aviation Works) enterprises churned out thousands of aircraft and engines in ...

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