A tale of take-offs and landings

Cook, Nick
December 2001
Engineer (00137758);12/7/2001, Vol. 290 Issue 7581, p7
Deals with the status of the aerospace industry in Great Britain as of December 2001. Announcement of BAE Systems that it will closed its regional jet business; Details on the production of the Wharton military aircraft facility of BAE; Agreement of six European nations to collaborate on technology for the next generation of European combat aircraft.


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