Kansas Pays An Airframer To Stay, Again

Credit: Hawker Beecraft
Despite their less than breathtaking bid, Kansas political leaders convinced Hawker Beechcraft to stay put and keep building airplanes in Wichita, thereby once again using the public purse to perpetuate the city’s continuing claim as Air Capital of the World. His company battered by a lousy economy...

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