Cessna Citation Mustang

May 17, 2011 - 8:30pm

Europe’s still-fledgling entry-level charter jet market is showing some positive signs of growth, according to leading operators and analysts.

May 15, 2011 - 11:35pm

            The recovery in the private and business charter industry is continuing in Europe, but with significant variations in terms of where demand is bouncing back and for which types of aircraft. These are the main conclusions from new data generated for AIN by online charter portal Avinode (Stand 843) ahead of this week’s EBACE show.

November 30, 2010 - 5:25am

Cessna’s announcement at the NBAA Convention in October that it will bring Garmin’s new G5000 integrated avionics system to a stretched version of

October 27, 2010 - 6:10am

Garmin, the Olathe, Kan. company that pioneered glass cockpits and synthetic-vision technology in small general aviation airplanes, is stepping up into the bizav big leagues with a Part 25 integrated avionics system called G5000 that will square off against business jet cockpits from industry heavyweights Honeywell and Rockwell Collins.

October 27, 2010 - 5:55am

When Cessna canceled the large-cabin Citation Columbus last year, many wondered what the company would do next. Now we know: the Citation X will remain Cessna’s flagship–for now. Last month at the NBAA Convention, the Wichita-based airframer unveiled a longer and slightly faster variant of its iconic Mach 0.92 speedster, first delivered in 1996, and renamed it the Citation Ten.

October 18, 2010 - 3:59pm

When Cessna canceled the large-cabin Citation Columbus last year, many wondered what the company would do next. Now we know: the Citation X will remain Cessna's flagship–for now. Yesterday the Wichita-based airframer unveiled a longer and slightly faster variant of its iconic mach 0.92 Mach speedster, first delivered in 1996, and rebranded it the Ten.

October 18, 2010 - 8:59am
Garmin’s G5000 integrated avionics system is intended for light to ultra-long...

Garmin, the Olathe, Kan. com­pany (Booth No. 6456) that pioneered glass cockpits and synthetic-vision technology in small general aviation airplanes, is stepping up into the bizav big leagues with a Part 25 integrated avionics system called G5000 that will square off against business jet cockpits from industry heavyweights Honeywell and Rockwell Collins.

October 18, 2010 - 5:12am
The new Citation Ten is scheduled for first flight at the end of next year an...

When Cessna canceled the large-cabin Citation Columbus last year, many wondered what the company would do next. Now we know: the Citation X will remain Cessna’s flagship—for now. Cessna unveiled yesterday a longer and slightly faster variant of its iconic 0.92 Mach speedster, first delivered in 1996, and rebranded it the Ten.

September 29, 2010 - 10:41am

I’ve been waiting quite some time to fly the Eclipse, a dozen years in fact, since the then revolutionary very light jet (VLJ) was first announced in 1998. The term very light jet–originally coined to ­describe the Eclipse specifically–came to be applied to a number of small jets, although a precise definition seemed to depend upon an aircraft manufacturer’s marketing department at any given time.

August 11, 2010 - 11:52am

Cessna Aircraft and Spectrum Aeromed have teamed to pre-fit a Cessna Citation Mustang for an air medical interior during manufacturing. The aircraft will leave the Cessna factory prewired for Spectrum Aeromed's air medical equipment. The collaboration will save operators a substantial amount of time compared with retrofitting an aircraft already in use.

 
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