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Aircraft Interior Solutions Poised for Takeoff

Aircraft Interior Solutions Poised for Takeoff

A delayed passenger seat innovation is back on schedule to bring big expansion to Aircraft Interior Solutions of North Little Rock.
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CAVU Partner Bryan Hancock Reaps Rewards from Aircraft Scrap Heap

Bryan Hancock was born and raised in Stuttgart, where watching crop dusters led him to begin flying right after high school. Today, he is a partner at CAVU, which buys and sells commercial aircraft and dismantles some of them for parts.
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