Aircraft manufacturers scale back NBAA displays

10/23/2009 | KAKE-TV (Wichita, Kan.)

In a sign of the struggling aviation business, several aircraft manufacturers scaled back their displays at the NBAA convention this year. Both Cessna and Hawker Beechcraft opted out of displays at the convention hall to focus on static displays with planes at the Orlando Executive Airport. "We took the tough decision heading into this convention as to can we really afford to be both out at static and inside the convention hall," said Cessna CEO Jack Pelton.

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