China’s Aviation Authority has taken delivery of two new Cessna Citation XLSs. One is to be used for transporting government officials and the other for flight inspection work at the country’s airports. The flight inspection aircraft was fitted with an avionics package of hardware assembled by RVA Aerospace and installed by Kitchener Aero, both based in Ontario. The equipment includes navigation sensors from Honeywell, Rockwell Collins and Ashtec, as well as associated antennas and a Chelton direction-finding system.
Two New Citations Go to Work in China
- September 26, 2006, 1:15 PM