GENERAL DYNAMICS MERGES FOUR FIRMS INTO TWO

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GENERAL DYNAMICS MERGES FOUR FIRMS INTO TWO

General Dynamics, which bought Jet Aviation two years ago for $2.18 billion is merging its four aerospace brands into two: Gulfstream and Jet Aviation.

Jet Aviation will now also include Midcoast Aviation, the St Louis completions centre bought General Dynamics in 2006, which will be renamed Jet Aviation from January 1. Jet Aviation kept the 35-year-old Midcoast brand because of its legacy and the fact its logo was adapted to include Jet Aviation.

General Dynamics Aviation Services, a network of five service centres in the USA and one in the UK specializing in Gulfstream, will operate under the Gulfstream brand.

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