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Please use the print version of this publication as the authoritative version for attribution. SUMMARY 15 dual-use capabilities in technology development for design, manufacture, and certification. The panel recommends that DOD and industry seek to strengthen coordinated planning for aircraft procurement so as to reduce, as far as practicable, the great cyclicality in production that disrupts the industry. S. leadership in civil aircraft is technology—its development and incorporation into new designs.

An economic recovery with modest growth in air traffic has not yet resolved the problems of excess capacity, severe fare competition, and the need to reduce operating costs that continue to impair profitable operation. With respect to reducing operating costs, some airlines have taken drastic steps to avoid bankruptcy and have been able to achieve reductions in labor costs on a time scale that few familiar with the industry would have predicted at the beginning of the recession. A few are using bankruptcy reorganizations as a means to void labor contracts that have been a barrier to achieving cost-competitiveness.

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