Tag: Cessna

NetJets Will Receive up to 325 Textron Cessna Business Jets

Reading Time: < 1 minute NetJets, a Berkshire Hathaway company, has struck a deal with Textron to acquire up to 175 super-midsize Cessna Longitude aircraft and 150 Cessna Citation Hemisphere aircraft and which Textron anticipates will be firmed up over the next few weeks. NetJets has operated Cessna aircraft since 1984 and the current deal would see its fleet of […]

BAA Training Invests over 1.2M EUR into Ab Initio Training Equipment

Reading Time: 2 minutes BAA Training, one of the biggest independent aviation training centres in Europe, is expanding its Ab Initio flight school capacity by investing over 1.2M EUR into new learning material and equipment. Recently, the Academy has purchased 4 new aircraft, two Cessna 172 and two Tecnam T2002, which are expected to join the fleet currently consisting […]

Russia’s Yakutia May Use Cessna Planes at Regional Routes

Reading Time: < 1 minute Yakutia’s Association of Local Aviation suggests using the US Cessna planes for serving the regional routes. According to the association’s co-chair and Yakutia’s lawmaker Viktor Fedorov, by using those planes the republic could cut the fares by half. “The association is asking the local authorities to have a competition among private organizations for subsidies to […]

Right on Time, Cessna Citation Longitude Takes Flight

Reading Time: < 1 minute The Cessna Citation Longitude made its successful first flight from the company’s east campus Beech Field Airport in Wichita on Saturday, parent company Textron Aviation announced. This comes less than a year after the company unveiled the new super-midsize business jet last year at the NBAA Convention. “Today’s successful first flight of the Citation Longitude […]

World’s Best Business Jets for Your Local or Transatlantic Flights

Reading Time: 7 minutes It does not matter what we do; from time to time there comes a moment when we are forced to choose. Business aviation is not an exception, as long as this sector also provides people with a range of choices. The fact that rich and successful people all around the world got used to flying […]

Cessna Signs an Agreement with Pan Am International Flight Academy

Reading Time: < 1 minute Cessna Aircraft Company, a subsidiary of Textron Aviation Inc., a Textron Inc. company, announced during the Asia Pacific Airline Training Symposium (APATS), that it has signed a multi-year agreement with Pan Am International Flight Academy. The agreement provides that Pan Am will purchase new, non-complex, single engine aircraft, which includes the Cessna Skyhawk 172, exclusively […]

Cessna TTx Achieves EASA and Additional Worldwide Certifications

Reading Time: < 1 minute Cessna Aircraft Company, a subsidiary of Textron Aviation Inc., today announced at the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) AirVenture its high-performance Cessna TTx piston aircraft has received certifications from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) as well as Argentina’s National Civil Aviation Administration and the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines. With these additional certifications, the […]

How Much Does it Cost to Operate a Private Jet?

Reading Time: 4 minutes How much will it cost to park a private jet in your hangar? Stars like Mark Zuckerberg, Harrison Ford, Steven Spielberg and Donald Trump all own, and travel in private jets. Private jets appear to many as the very pinnacle of luxury when it comes to travel, and many people have a fascination with the […]

Missing Plane Mystery: What Happened To Cessna Flying To Van Nuys?

Reading Time: < 1 minute The mystery deepened Thursday into what happened to a student pilot and his flight instructor after their single-engine Cessna 172 airplane disappeared over the coast of Catalina Island on a flight to Van Nuys Airport on Saturday. The U.S. Coast Guard Search suspended its search at 8 p.m. Monday after more than 16 hours of […]

FAA Proposes Changes To GA Flight Training

Reading Time: 2 minutes The FAA has opened comments until Aug.10 for changes to GA flight training rules that would affect a broad spectrum of pilots, including those pursuing private and commercial certificates. Its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking includes a long-anticipated proposal to use glass-cockpit, fixed-gear aircraft for commercial flight training instead of traditional complex aircraft with retractable gear. […]