TEXTRON AVIATION

19/05/2017CESSNA DENALI POISED TO REDEFINE SEGMENT AS FIRST TEST ARTICLES COME TO LIFE

Textron Aviation Inc., a Textron Inc. (NYSE:TXT) company, announced the status of development on its new high-performance Cessna Denali single-engine turboprop, as the program begins fabrication of the first test articles.

19/05/2017CESSNA CITATION LONGITUDE HEADLINES TEXTRON AVIATION EBACE 2017 PRODUCT DISPLAY

Textron Aviation Inc., a Textron Inc. (NYSE:TXT) company, will debut its new super-midsize Cessna Citation Longitude to the European market at next week’s European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva, Switzerland. In addition to the Longitude, the company will showcase many of its class-leading Citation business jets and turboprop platforms.

18/05/2017TEXTRON AVIATION INTRODUCES NEW ONLINE CUSTOMER PORTAL

As part of its ongoing commitment to enhancing support for its customers, Textron Aviation Inc., a Textron Inc. (NYSE:TXT) company has rolled out a new web-based customer portal, which allows customers to seamlessly manage their aircraft maintenance and provides increased transparency and efficient communication when aircraft service is required.

15/05/2017TEXTRON AVIATION EXPANDS ITS DONCASTER SERVICE CENTER FLEET

Textron Aviation Inc., a Textron Inc. (NYSE:TXT) company, announced it has added a second mobile service unit (MSU) to its Doncaster Service Center’s fleet, providing Citation, King Air and Hawker customers additional flexibility for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance events.

12/05/2017TEXTRON AVIATION CELEBRATES CITATION MUSTANG WITH FINAL DELIVERY

Textron Aviation Inc. announced the final production Cessna Citation Mustang has rolled off the assembly line and will be delivered in the coming weeks. The ground-breaking Mustang quickly set the standard in its category for pilots stepping up to jet ownership

10/05/2017FOURTH CITATION LONGITUDE PROPELS PROGRAM TOWARD CERTIFICATION

Textron Aviation Inc. added its fourth super-midsize Cessna Citation Longitude to the flight-test fleet, propelling the program toward anticipated Federal Aviation Administration type certification later this year.

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