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Hawker: Jobs in Salina won’t go to Wichita

February 18, 2010

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— Hawker Beechcraft officials say jobs that will be lost when the company’s plant in Salina closes won’t be sent to Wichita.

KWCH-TV reports that the company told workers in Salina on Tuesday that many of the jobs in Salina will go to Mexico.

About 260 people work at the plant. Machinists Union President Steve Rooney says it’s not known when it will close.

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Randall Barnes 4 years, 2 months ago

cheap labor.wow thats why the toyotas are having so many recalls cause of the underpaid auto workers.ford will be next cause their starting pay will be $12.00 an hour. so in the future watch out for more falling aircraft,then we won't know if it was terrorist or not.

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ralphralph 4 years, 2 months ago

Gee whiz! You mean NAFTA might be one of the REAL causes of job loss?

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