Video: How Lycoming Builds Aircraft Engines »

During its 85 years of building aircraft engines, Lycoming has seen vast changes in the market. Today, it has to survive building a fraction of the engines it once produced. In this video, AVweb's Paul Bertorelli gives a detailed video tour of the plant and explains how the company has reinvented itself with modernization. More

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