Jet Journal Updates

Corporate Angel Network Celebrates Milestone Flight

At 9:22 PM on April 14, 2016, a Bombardier Challenger 300 owned by NCR, departed from the Meridian FBO at New Jersey’s Teterboro Airport for NCR’s headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. Onboard, along with NCR executives, were one-year-old cancer patient Baron Yerby and his parents Casey and Jonathan. They were heading home to Atlanta after Baron Read More

Textron Announces Factory-Direct Coverage Programs

Textron Aviation Inc announced on April 20, 2016 that it has added new factory-direct coverage programs – Pre-Buy Assurance, Extended Care and King Air Direct – furthering its commitment in supporting the world’s largest installed fleet. Through these new programs, Citation, King Air and Hawker customers can increase efficiency, reduce costs and optimize the value Read More

Textron Aviation Celebrates 25 Years of CitationJets

Cessna Aircraft Company, a subsidiary of Textron Aviation Inc., recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of the maiden flight of the Model 525 CitationJet prototype, the aircraft that would become the foundation of the light jet segment. The flight took place on April 29, 1991. with deliveries starting two years later. Innovation in the 525 line Read More

Under New Guidance, ATP’s Motto Is “Knowledge Fuels Safety”

For more than four decades, since the firm’s inception in 1973, Aircraft Technical Publishers has been providing vital technical information and, more importantly, management of that information, to flight departments and MRO companies throughout the world. Under the guidance of its new CEO, Charles Picasso, ATP continues to expand and improve its service. “I’m looking Read More

CJ Updates: Citation Jet Latitude to Hawaii

Cessna Aircraft Company, a subsidiary of Textron Aviation Inc., recently demonstrated the trans-Pacific capability of its newly FAA-certified Citation Jet Latitude, flying between the U.S. West Coast and Hawaii. The flights follow other recent long-range missions with the aircraft, including the first trans-Atlantic crossing in May and nonstop U.S. coast-to-coast flights earlier in July. “With Read More