Textron Aviation introduced two new Cessna business jet models at NBAA, the Citation M2 Gen 2 and Citation XLS Gen 2. These upgrade the Citation M2 and Citation XLS+ models and continue the Gen 2 evolution of the Citation line which began with the CJ4 Gen 2 in 2020....
Will we see consolidation in the business jet market as a result of the pandemic? The business jet market, which saw growth stagnate since the Great Recession in 2008, was not hit quite as hard as the airline market by the global pandemic. Nonetheless, the industry...
Bombardier announced today that its Learjet operations will close later this year, ending an era in aviation that began in 1964 with the delivery of the world’s first business jet. The Learjet 23, with its unique shape, became an icon of the industry, and the...
At VBACE, NBAA’s virtual convention and show for 2020, Textron Aviation introduced the Beechcraft King Air 260, an upgrade to the prior model. Much like the King Air 360, the new model incorporates the same new technologies, including IS&S Thrust Sense...
Textron Aviation today announced an upgrade to the Beechcraft KingAir Family, specifically new models designated the KingAir 360 and 360ER to replace the 350 and 350ER, respectively. The new aircraft offers a number of enhancements, including autothrottles, a digital...
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