Globalization Of General Aviation Manufacturing Is Accelerating

Credit: Cirrus Aircraft Corp.
General aviation as an industry and as a community was overwhelmingly U.S.-centric since coming into its own after World War II. The airplanes were designed, built and used in the U.S. and the CEO’s name often appeared on the roof: Piper, Beech, Lear, Bell, Grumman and Cessna (well, Clyde’s nephew...

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