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Textron Aviation begins deliveries of Cessna Skyhawk aircraft fleet to Kansas State University’s ...
Textron Aviation today celebrated the delivery of five new Cessna Skyhawk piston aircraft to the Kansas State University Salina Aerospace and Technology Campus, expanding the school’s fle...
Textron Aviation today announced that longtime customer and Special Olympics supporter Coca-Cola Consolidated, Inc., the largest Coca-Cola bottler in the United States, will be the first ...
The next big thing in flight has arrived – Cessna SkyCourier twin utility turboprop earns FAA typ...
Textron Aviation today announced the Federal Aviation Administration has granted type certification for the new twin-engine, large-utility turboprop Cessna SkyCourier.
The fleet of Grand Caravan EX single-engine turboprops will aid the Tunisian Air Force in intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations in the country
Textron Aviation today celebrates the 1,000th delivery of its best-selling 560XL series midsize business jet with a delivery of the Cessna Citation XLS+ to a customer based in the Northea...
The Cessna SkyCourier turboprop continues to surpass significant milestones as it begins the certification flight test phase of the program for the high-wing, large utility aircraft.
Textron Aviation Inc., is returning to the Sun ‘n Fun AeroSpace Expo this year with a transformed digital presence designed to support its customers and the industry, while also showing a...
The Citation CJ4 Gen2 was built with the customers in mind. Collaboration between the customer advisory board, interiors and engineering created an aircraft with the same reliability and ...
Success is truly in the details of the new Citation CJ4 Gen2. From the sleek finishes to the intricate stitching, the interiors team at Textron Aviation created a luxury experience for cu...
Today, Textron Aviation celebrates 65 years of the Cessna Skylane 182. More than 23,000 Skylane aircraft have been delivered since its type certification on March 2, 1956.