Lance Tinseth sent in this very artistic photo of a Cessna wing “reflection” of the Bob Marshall Wilderness in northwest Montana on a beautiful fall day. [Read more…]
ENTERPRISE, Florida — The Citation Jet Pilots Owner Pilot Association (CJP) has officially opened the Russ Meyer Citation Library (RMCL), an online repository of information regarding all aspects of the line of Cessna Citation light business jets.
The library was formally unveiled during the 2015 CJP Annual Convention, held Sept. 9-13 in Colorado Springs, Colo. [Read more…]
Jim Gill sent in this photo of his 1971 Cessna 172, 23Q, and the Cessna Citation X, noting, “Cessna leading us into the future…” [Read more…]
BIG LAKE, Alaska – Airforms has received FAA PMA approval for part numbers AF2643084-1 and AF2643084-2, the Upper and Lower Caravan Nose Gear Torque Link Assemblies.
The parts, direct replacements for Cessna P/N 2643084-1 and -2, are eligible for installation on all Cessna model 208 and 208B aircraft, and are precision fit, drop-in replacements for the OEM components, according to company officials. [Read more…]
By GUY R. MAHER
There was a time when if you wanted to buy one of the many models of airplanes offered by Cessna, Beech, Piper, Mooney, Grumman and more, all it took was a short drive to a near-by airport and a respective dealer.
There you could pick from the many choices of late-model, low-time copies of your favorite. You could also easily find somebody who knew how to fix it, had no problem getting parts, and hire somebody well versed in the type to train you properly.
That was then — 40 years ago. This is now.
It’s not uncommon to have to cross the entire country to grab up that decent legacy four-place basic single. [Read more…]