“I worked at Eclipse Aviation installing flight controls and fuel lines when they filed for bankruptcy in 2009. ”
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I like the aerospace and aviation concepts. I couldn't fly F-15's because of my color blindness but, If I can work in the industry, I will be in heaven on earth.
The biggest and most challenging part would be to continually progress and mature within this industry.
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Eclipse Aerospace is the wind beneath Eclipse Aviation's wings. In a l'air du temps, the company swooped in and plucked jet aircraft manufacturer Eclipse Aviation (now a division of Eclipse Aerospace) from the depths of Chapter 7 in August 2009, allowing it to continue to produce its single-engine turbofan powered Eclipse 400 jet and its double-engine Eclipse 500 light jet. The Eclipse Service Network (ESN) division oversees all of the service components and offers upgrades and maintenance from service centers located in Chicago and Albuquerque. Aviation ...