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  • Cessna clinches US FAA certification for CJ3+


    ​Cessna has secured US certification for its CJ3+ which it hopes will help to reinvigorate the embattled light business jet sector in which it is the dominant player with six types in its stable.


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  • FLIGHT TESTS: Our year at the controls


    ​What's Flight without flying? Our test pilots had a busy year in 2014.


  • OPINION: Gulfstream ups stakes in large cabin battle


    ​Twelve months ago, the biggest mysteries in business aviation were the strategies and designs beneath the cloak of...


  • Cessna clinches US FAA certification for CJ3+


    ​Cessna has secured US certification for its CJ3+ which it hopes will help to reinvigorate the embattled light business...


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  • FLIGHT TESTS: Our year at the controls

    News | 18 Dec 2014 16:27

    ​What's Flight without flying? Our test pilots had a busy year in 2014.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/FLIGHT-TESTS-Our-year-at-the-controls-407273/
  • AIRSHOW CHINA: Textron Aviation in big Zhuhai push

    News | 11 Nov 2014 02:46 | Greg Waldron

    Textron Aviation has a significant presence at this year's Airshow China in Zhuhai, with four aircraft appearing on static display.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/AIRSHOW-CHINA-Textron-Aviation-in-big-Zhuhai-push-405876/
  • FLIGHT TEST: Citation X+ marks Cessna's bid for the high-speed crown

    News | 21 Oct 2014 09:07 | Mike Gerzanics

    When Flight International last flew the Citation X in 2002, Boeing was still wrestling with the Sonic Cruiser concept, an effort to field a nearly supersonic transport aircraft. In the intervening 12 years, much has happened. The Sonic Cruiser was shelved in favour of the successful 787.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/FLIGHT-TEST-Citation-X+-marks-Cessnas-bid-for-the-high-speed-crown-404438/
  • OPINION: Gulfstream ups stakes in large cabin battle

    News | 20 Oct 2014 10:51

    ​Twelve months ago, the biggest mysteries in business aviation were the strategies and designs beneath the cloak of secrecy covering Dassault’s “SMS” project and Gulfstream’s “P42” programme. With the twin unveilings of the Gulfstream G500 and G600, the market finally has answers – along with a few more questions.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/OPINION-Gulfstream-ups-stakes-in-large-cabin-battle-404952/
  • ANALYSIS: Gulfstream stuns watchful industry with new large cabin strategy

    News | 15 Oct 2014 02:28 | Stephen Trimble

    ​Keeping a secret as large as a new business jet is not so easy anymore, but on 14 October Gulfstream managed to reel off a handful of major surprises as it unveiled a powered G500 and introduced the G600 inside a Savannah, Georgia, factory built to produce them.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Gulfstream-stuns-watchful-industry-with-new-large-cabin-strategy-404764/
  • ANALYSIS: Why Snecma is confident Silvercrest can win further applications

    News | 13 Oct 2014 11:30 | Murdo Morrison

    ​Snecma started powering up for its first foray into business aviation just as the sector itself was about to power down. Seven years on from the beginning of the test campaign on the Silvercrest core engine demonstrator in December 2007, the French propulsion specialist is convinced it made the right strategic move in launching full development of the 9,500-1,200lb-thrust (42.25-5.33kN) programme three years later without a confirmed customer.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Why-Snecma-is-confident-Silvercrest-can-win-further-applications-404463/