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News and issues relating to business, aircraft, primarily turbine-engine powered airplanes and helicopters.
Cessna’s re-do of the Citation X thoroughly updates the classic speedster with new avionics and cabin features and an even swifter top speed.
These aircraft offer value the market cannot refuse.
Manufacturers see economy and quality of customer service as the biggest drivers behind business jet sales.
With the $2.895 million 550 now in production, Eclipse Aerospace offers the lowest-priced new very light jet available.
Nextant Aerospace stands to remanufacture a significant percentage of the Beechjet/Hawker 400 fleet.
Dassault has delivered 160 Falcon 900s and 900Bs.
The Brazilian airframer expects to hand over the first of the new midsize business jets this week.
This approval marks the first changeover from the Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 system to the G3000 avionics in the current CJ series.
Local sales agent reports remanufactured business jet has seen success in charter operations in the region
Brazil’s aviation authority approved the airplane during last month’s LABACE event.