Cessna News

Airlines Waves suspends operations until September

Guernsey based airline Waves is reportedly to suspend operations until September 2018.

General Aviation ORTA°C receives two Cessna Citation private jets

Textron Aviation has announced, that it has delivered two Cessna Citation Private Jets to Guernsey based operator ORTA°C.

General Aviation Chinese operators order over 50 Cessna Skyhawk

Textron Aviation has announced, that two Chinese customers ordered altogether 52 Cessna Skyhawk at the Asian Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (ABACE) 2018.

General Aviation Mission Aviation Fellowship orders five Cessna Caravan 208

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.

General Aviation Cessna SkyCourier 408 completes wind tunnel tests

Textron Aviation has announced, that it has successfully completed wind tunnel tests for its new Cessna SkyCourier 408 turboprop.

General Aviation Aerolíneas Ejecutivas orders three Cessna Citation Latitudes

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.

General Aviation Textron Aviation announces new Cessna SkyCourier 408

Textron Aviation has unveiled the Cessna SkyCourier 408. The large-utility turboprop will enter service in 2020. As launch customer, FedEx Express has ordered 100 aircraft.

General Aviation Cessna delivers first Grand Caravan EX to Tuareg Aviation

Textron Aviation has announced at Dubai Airshow that its subsidiary Cessna has begun delivery to Tuareg Aviation for 10 Cessna Grand Caravan EX turboprops. The aircraft will be operated by Mack Air Ltd to provide charter, cargo and logistic services between a network of independently owned bush safari lodges in the popular Okavango Delta and Kalahari Plains regions of Botswana. The aircraft will partially replace Mack Air’s current fleet, which currently also includes Grand Caravan turboprops.

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