British engineering firm, Marshall Aerospace and Defense, has outlined plans to move from its current base in Cambridge, England, by 2030. The company which was recently awarded UK defense ministry work to convert five Boeing 737-700s to E-7 Wedgetail airborne early warning platforms wants to move to new purpose-built facilities at either Cranfield, Duxford or Wyton airfields. The company ultimately plans to sell off its Teversham airfield site, just outside Cambridge for re-development.

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