United Technologies Corp.’s (UTC) plans to divest its Otis and Carrier businesses—and its blockbuster plan to merge with Raytheon—would create an aerospace-focused colossus with $74 billion in annual sales. About one-third of that would come from Collins Aerospace, a company that came out of the recent merger of Rockwell Collins and UTC Aerospace Systems (UTAS). At his office in West Palm Beach, Florida, Collins CEO Kelly Ortberg spoke with Aviation Week & Space ...

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