Wed, Jun 29, 2011
Cirrus Falls To The Chinese, Airbus Gets Big Bucks, and the FAA
Wants to Fine Boeing
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Today, you'll hear these stories -- and more!
The deal to make Cirrus a Chinese company has been
Airbus claims 72-billion in new orders at Paris.
And the FAA wants to fine Boeing a million dollars.
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