General Aviation News
Textron Aviation has announced, that two Chinese customers ordered altogether 52 Cessna Skyhawk at the Asian Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (ABACE) 2018.
Boeing has announced, that the first Boeing Business Jet in the MAX version has taken off to its first flight. The aircraft will be delivered later this year.
Textron Aviation and Mission Aviation Fellowship International have announced a firm order for five Cessna Caravan 208s. The carrier will use the aircraft to serve remote island communities in Papua Neu Guinea.
Japan’s carrier ANA and the business aircraft manufacturer Honda Aircraft Company have announced they will enter a strategic partnership which should expand the business jet market.
Dassault Aviation has unveiled its new business aviation twinjet, the Falcon 6X. The jet can accommodate 29 passengers and will be delivered from 2022 onwards.
Honda Aircraft Company and Wijet, a provider of air taxi service currently operating 15 business jets throughout Europe, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for multiple HondaJets to upgrade the Wijet fleet.
Textron Aviation has announced during the Singapore Air Show 2018 that it has received an order from the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia (RFDS) South Eastern Section for two Beechcraft King Air 350.
Textron Aviation has announced, that Aerolíneals Ejectuivas (ALE) has ordered three Cessna Citation Latitude business jets. The aircraft will be operated for its subsidiary MexJet.
Textron Aviation has begun delivering 9 Beechcraft King Air aircraft to CanWest Air. The delivery includes eight King Air 250s and one King Air 350.
The Austrian aircraft manufacturer Diamond Aircraft Group has announced it has been acquired by Chinese Wafeng Aviation Industry
Dassault Aviation has announced to end the Falcon 5X program. This reasons in the delay of Safran Silvercrest engines. Dassault explained to restart with a new jet, powered by Pratt & Whitney engines.
The Pilatus PC-24 business jet has received its type certification this Thursday, which is a milestone for the company. The PC-24 is the first Swiss built business jet.