Fri, Jul 04, 2003
It's 'Living History,' of Sorts
employees at the manufacturing facility in Austria were evacuated
recently after two unexploded bombs were found while excavating for
the foundation of a new 100,000 sq ft composite facility there.
One innovative airplane follows another...
During World War II, while Central Aircraft Ltd. built
DeHavilland Mosquito bombers for allied use on the site where
Diamond’s North American manufacturing plant is located, the
Wiener-Neustadt Airport where the European plant is located in
Austria, was the production site of thousands of Messerschmitt Me
109 fighter planes and thus was a target of heavy allied
Diamond is building the facility, and the company has been
hiring in Europe and in North America in response to increased
demand for its products and the upcoming production of the DA42
Twin Star and the recently-announced D-JET.
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