It’s been knocked down and left bleeding more times than “Rocky,” but like that fictional pugilist, it keeps getting back up to go another round. Only with Mooney International, the fight’s real. And right now, it’s punching above its weight.
Founded in 1929 by Al Mooney, the Kerrville, Texas, airplane maker began post-World War II production of a small, single-seat personal aircraft called the Mite, which he hoped would appeal to returning fighter pilots. …
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