Iron Range board ready to bet on another airplane company

| October 13, 2016

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One of the brothers who started Cirrus Design, the aircraft company, years ago is using the template to start another aircraft company in Minnesota. Alan Klapmeier now heads One Aviation, which is trying to build a new plane called Kestrel. It’s not off the ground yet, but the company is in line for a $1.5 million loan from the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board for the company’s parts manufacturing division, which makes parts for a light jet plant in New Mexico, the Duluth News Tribune reports.

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