The first prototype of the Scorpion jet sits in a Cessna hangar in Wichita in 2013. The jet was developed by Textron AirLand LLC, a joint venture between Textron Inc. and AirLand Enterprises.
The first prototype of the Scorpion jet sits in a Cessna hangar in Wichita in 2013. The jet was developed by Textron AirLand LLC, a joint venture between Textron Inc. and AirLand Enterprises. Travis Heying File photo
The first prototype of the Scorpion jet sits in a Cessna hangar in Wichita in 2013. The jet was developed by Textron AirLand LLC, a joint venture between Textron Inc. and AirLand Enterprises. Travis Heying File photo

Textron works to turn interest into sales for Scorpion

December 11, 2014 10:45 AM

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