The national recession may have officially ended, but there are few signs of it yet in Wichita, particularly in the aircraft industry. The latest blow was Hawker Beechcraft’s announcement today that it is laying off 350 salaried employees. Tuesday, Cessna Aircraft said it would lay off 700 hourly and salaried employees.
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