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April 7, 1998 | Bloomberg News
First Aviation Services Inc. said it will cut 80 jobs in an effort to make its National Airmotive Corp. unit more profitable in its fiscal second quarter. First Aviation, which provides services such as engine repairs to the commercial and military aircraft industry, hopes to save $3.4 million before taxes annually by cutting jobs at National Airmotive's operations in Oakland and moving the light turbine engine unit to Long Beach. The Westport, Conn.
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April 7, 1998 | Bloomberg News
First Aviation Services Inc. said it will cut 80 jobs in an effort to make its National Airmotive Corp. unit more profitable in its fiscal second quarter. First Aviation, which provides services such as engine repairs to the commercial and military aircraft industry, hopes to save $3.4 million before taxes annually by cutting jobs at National Airmotive's operations in Oakland and moving the light turbine engine unit to Long Beach. The Westport, Conn.
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