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Textron Aviation today announced new aircraft flight data monitoring (FDM) service options for Cessna Citation business jets equipped with Aircraft Recording System II (AReS II).
Multi-aircraft Cessna Citation business jet delivery announced by Textron Aviation and Thrive Avi...
Textron Aviation and Las Vegas-based private aviation charter operator, Thrive Aviation, today announced the delivery of three preowned Cessna Citation Sovereign+ business jets.
Textron Aviation is expanding service offerings to provide customers with a new standard repair process for Cessna Citation CJ series aircraft main landing gear (MLG).
The Cessna SkyCourier turboprop development program has achieved another significant milestone as the third and final flight test aircraft (P2) successfully completed its first flight on ...
The mission: a durable, dependable, high-wing aircraft with horsepower to perform in takeoff, climb and cruise while hauling tremendous loads. What will be required to lift and drive tha...
Sustainable Aviation Fuel now available with new Beechcraft turboprop and Cessna turboprop and je...
Textron Aviation is offering customers the option to choose an initial tank containing Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) with delivery of new Beechcraft turboprop and Cessna turboprop and j...
Textron Aviation is celebrating five years since the first customer delivery of its popular Cessna Citation Latitude aircraft. The world’s most-delivered midsize business jet for four con...
Special Missions Cessna Grand Caravan EX fleet in Africa grows in support of U.S. African Partner...
Textron Aviation today announced it was awarded a contract by ATI Engineering Services, LLC for two multi-mission Cessna Grand Caravan EX aircraft for the Rwanda Defense Force (RDF) in su...
Textron Aviation today announced the successful flight of its second Cessna SkyCourier flight test article (P1). The milestone flight for the high-wing, large utility aircraft comes just ...
Watch Textron Aviation President and CEO Ron Draper (and fellow #AvGeek) describes what the 172 means to pilots as he takes his son for a flight around Wichita, Kansas.