Textron Inc., parent company to Cessna, is preparing for the economy’s recovery, with new aircraft in the works. In an interview with Bloomberg, Chief Executive Officer Scott Donnelly said new models and upgrades to existing aircraft may come as soon as 2012. The story quotes him as saying:
“The programs are there, the teams are working, so we’re going full-speed ahead. You will see some refreshes, some block changes to some aircraft, and we also have a couple things in there that will be brand-new aircraft.”
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