Georgia aviation saved by manufacturers of military planes

12/21/2009 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Georgia's general aviation industry has been stable this year in terms of overall employment, due in part to hiring by manufacturers of military aircraft. Gulfstream Aerospace and Lockheed-Martin have cut jobs in the state, and small-plane manufacturers such as Cessna have suffered the most turbulence. Cessna recently announced plans to close all of its facilities in Columbus, Ga., in 2010.

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