Fleet of Cirrus planes sold to French Air Force, Navy

Duluth-based Cirrus Aircraft says the French Air Force and Navy are buying nearly two-dozen single-engine prop planes, the News Tribune reports. The aircraft will be used to teach French military pilots the basic skills needed for flying military planes.
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Duluth-based Cirrus Aircraft says the French Air Force and Navy are buying nearly two-dozen single-engine prop planes, the News Tribune reports. The aircraft will be used to teach French military pilots the basic skills needed for flying military planes.

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