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The Bombardier Challenger 350 journey included city-pair speed records on each of 10 legs that took the aircraft coast-to-coast and back.
The joint leasing enterprise between Russia and Saudi Arabia also involves a German financial group.
The Wichita airframer delivered four more jets than last year's quarter but four fewer turboprops.
Cessna delivered 691 Citation 550s and a variant until production ended in 1985.
Vertical Aerospace is flight testing its Seraph eVTOL prototype and has boosted its engineering capacity with the purchase of motorsport group MGI.
At last year's NBAA Convention, NetJets agreed to purchase up to 175 of Cessna's new super-midsize jet.
The Swiss airframer also will introduce a new modular forward galley for the twinjet.
EASA approval of the Gulfstream Aerospace's G500 follows U.S. FAA certification by a little more than a year.
Buying the Texan II would significantly enhance Tunisia’s training capabilities, as well as further strengthen Tunisia’s relations with Washington.
Korean Air and Raytheon are proposing to modify the Bombardier Global 6500 business jet to meet a RoKAF requirement.