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On the smaller end, aggressive investors in the airline sector can take a look at Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:SPR) and LMI Aerospace Inc. (NASDAQ:LMIA).
Spirit AeroSystems has developed into a key mid-size player in the airline sector, including commercial, business, and regional jets, and military/helicopter aircrafts.
For those looking for more risk, take a look at CPI Aerostructures, Inc. (NYSE:CVU)—a maker of structural aircraft parts, mainly for the U.S. Air Force along with other areas of the U.S. defense sector. CPI acts as a prime contractor or subcontractor for other companies.
The bottom line is that whether you buy the plane makers or the suppliers of parts, the airline sector has excellent potential for long-term growth opportunities.
This article is brought to you courtesy of George Leong from Profit Confidential.