Liberty Aerospace Inc. laid off another 14 people this week as the weak economy continues to take its toll, according to a report at FloridaToday.com.
The Melbourne-based aviation manufacturer laid off 30 workers in January. It now has 32 employees, according to President and CEO Keith Markley. A year ago, it employed 180.
But the maker of the two-seat, XL-2 general aviation aircraft has no plans to close, Markley said.
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