Gulfstream has announced that it will resume production on the ultra-long-range G650, following a crash last month involving a G650 flight-test aircraft that killed four people and led to the company suspending flight testing. The company says they’re working hard with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to resume the required flight-test activities and is confident that the aircraft will be on track for its 2012 entry.
Gulfstream G650 Production Continues
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