Now at Aircraft Spruce is the Quick-fold Compact Towbar, also known as the QFC-Towbar.
At the NBAA show this fall, multimillion dollar business jets and working aircraft were the focus. No surprise. After all, the organization is the National Business Aviation Association. While I’ve attended a few times (and am always stunned by the size of the exhibit hall and the opulence of the displays), I was caught off guard when I heard that some reporters asked Cessna’s President and CEO Scott Ernest about the Skycatcher.
One thing that did not surprise me was Ernest’s comment: “No future.”
Cessna is donating a restored 1953 L-19/O-1 “Bird Dog” to the Armed Forces Foundation (AFF) for sale this January at the 43rd annual Barrett-Jackson car auction in Scottsdale, Ariz.
WICHITA — The fourth annual Wichita Aero Club Trophy will be presented to former Cessna Aircraft Company Chairman Russell W. Meyer, Jr.
Cessna Aircraft Co. is organizing its seventh Citation Special Olympics Airlift (CSOA), which involves enlisting Citation jet owners to transport Special Olympics athletes and coaches from across the nation to the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games.
Next year’s games will be held from June 14-21 in New Jersey in the Greater Princeton/Mercer County area.
WICHITA, Kan. — Cessna Aircraft Co. is celebrating the first international delivery of the new Cessna TTx to a customer in Thailand.
FlightSafety International has expanded the training it offers for Cessna aircraft at its Learning Centers in Orlando, Florida; San Antonio, Texas; and Wichita, Kansas.
INDEPENDENCE, Kan. — The first production unit of Cessna’s newest business jet, the Citation M2, took its maiden flight Aug. 23 out of the company’s Independence, Kan., facility.