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Flying The Gulfstream G650
Although the soon-to-be-decommissioned airport that was Naval Air Station Brunswick, Me., is not yet open to the public, special permission was extended by the Navy for arrival of the Kestrel Aircraft Company prototype. Yesterday the company landed its JP-10 carbon composite single-engine business turboprop at Brunswick and opened the hangar facility that will serve as the aircraft's new home. Kestrel intends to invest about $100 million at the Brunswick Landing, Me. site and create up to 300 jobs in cooperation with the state's Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority.The future home of Kestrel (photo courtesy Kestrel Aircraft)
BA99 Kestrel Brunswick
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