Textron Aviation and NetJets announced a record-breaking fleet agreement for the option for NetJets to purchase up to 1,500 additional Cessna Citation business jets over the next 15 years. This agreement extends NetJets’ existing fleet agreement. It includes options...
The Beechcraft Denali, the single-engine turboprop from Textron powered by the GE Catalyst engine, is debuting at the EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. This is the first airshow appearance for the Denali, which had been expected last year. A year later, the...
Driven by customer input, Textron Aviation announced it is bringing the revolutionary Garmin Emergency Autoland system to its new Beechcraft Denali single-engine turboprop. The new feature is being implemented into the aircraft’s development and flight test program...
Here’s our FAA business jet update Notes: After a dropoff at the tail end of 2022, there seems to be a slight recovery in flight ops for March 2023. The forecast also popped a bit. Page 2 shows the recovery was most robust in domestic ops. Among OEMs, Textron...
Here’s our updated model showing that the US business jet market slowdown continues. The US market is down again, though still up versus 2019 levels. Our forecast model suggests this is going to continue Page 2 shows the decline is driven by domestic US flights...
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