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Parent · AVCO, Textron. Website, http://www.lycoming.com. Lycoming Engines is a major American manufacturer of aircraft engines. With a factory in ... Lycoming is an operating division of Avco Corporation, itself a subsidiary of Textron.

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Products, aircraft engines, munitions, sensors, surveillance systems · Parent · Textron. Website, www.textron.com. Avco Corporation is a subsidiary of Textron which operates Textron Systems Corporation and Lycoming. ... In 1984 Avco sold its farm machinery division to White Farm Equipment and Avco was purchased by  ...

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Charlie, a Process Improvement Inspector, has worked at Lycoming Engines since November 25, 1977 and will celebrate 39 years with the company this fall.

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Lycoming Engines, an operating division of Avco Corporation (a Textron Inc. ( NYSE: TXT) business), offers comprehensive benefits and compensation programs ...

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Lycoming Engines is the power of choice for the Red Bull Air Race (bottom-right). ... Foundry and Machine Company in 1907, Lycoming developed automobile engines in a .... Lycoming Engines is an Operating Division of Avco Corporation.

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Williamsport, PA, USA – 25 November 2015 - Lycoming Engines, an operating division of Avco Corporation, announces that two of its Integrated Electronic ...

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The company has built more than 325000 piston aircraft engines and powers more ... Lycoming is an operating division of Avco Corporation, itself a subsidiary of ...

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Nov 18, 2015 ... Lycoming Engines specializes in engineering, manufacture, service and ... Lycoming Engines is an operating division of Avco Corporation.

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Incorporated: 1920 as Lycoming Motor Corporation ... subsequently operated as a division of Avco's aircraft subsidiary, the Aviation Manufacturing Corporation.