Cirrus Aircraft adding new jobs in Grand Forks

Duluth-based Cirrus plans to bring up to 60 jobs at its Grand Forks, N.D., plant as it partners with a company that makes a new type of small "sport" plane. The Grand Forks Herald report Cirrus is taking over manufacturing for a large portion of the Icon A5 -- a plane that can take off and land on water.
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Duluth-based Cirrus plans to add up to 60 jobs at its Grand Forks, N.D., plant as it partners with a company that makes a new type of small "sport" plane. The Grand Forks Herald reports Cirrus is taking over manufacturing for a large portion of the Icon A5 -- a plane that can take off and land on water.

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