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February 08, 2009

Cirrus Says Production Cutbacks Imminent

Production Days To Be Scheduled To Meet Weekly Demand

Cirrus Design Corporation last week advised employees of the Minnesota-based planemaker that due to continuing slow sales to expect production reductions -- by scheduling fewer production days -- to keep pace with lower production demand.

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Lawsuit Filed In January 29 Seneca Downing

$50,000 Wrongful Death Suit Names Aero Club, Plane's Registered Owner

Well, that didn't take long. A lawsuit was filed last Thursday on behalf of the estates of two victims of the fatal crash of a Piper PA-34 Seneca near Huntington, WV barely a week before.

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Schrenker Ordered To Pay $12 Million In Plane Sale Lawsuit

Suit Alleges "Hard Landing"-Damaged Plane Not Repaired, Then Sold As 'NDH'

The Indiana financial advisor accused of crashing his plane last month in a bungled attempt to fake his own death was hit with a $12 million judgment last week in a Houston County, Alabama Circuit Court on charges of fraud in the 2002 sale of a damaged aircraft.

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