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I’ve owned a bunch of different airplanes but I’ve only had interactions with one jet manufacturer brand and that’s CESSNA. And that’s because I don’t want to leave.
As told by Simon Elliot, President and Owner of Active Deployment Systems.
Textron Aviation collaborated with Spectrum Aeromed to demonstrate the capabilities of BEECHCRAFT KING AIR turboprops when configured with air ambulance equipment.
Textron Aviation has unveiled the industry’s first interactive, 3D full-color, technical library.
For country singer, fiddler and outdoorsman Nick Hoffman, learning to fly a CESSNA CARAVAN turboprop was the final frontier. Follow Nick on his journey to become a Caravan aircraft pilot. Because "nothing says awesome like 675-horsepower of turbine".
Textron Aviation Flight Operations Pilot Jared Jacobs and Technical Marketing Advisor Alex Hunt give a walkthrough of the Collins Aerospace Pro Line Fusion avionics suite. This suite is found on KING AIR turboprops and is demonstrated on a KING AIR 360 turboprop while it is on the ground.
Jets are often considered a business tool enabling companies to grow efficiency and expand reach. But sometimes those tools do more than take a businessperson to several meetings a day or home for dinner. Often, jets connect people in a deeper sense, especially when a generational love of flying is involved.
From seats and materials to lights and the G5000, a Paraguayan customer takes his CITATION EXCEL jet to Textron Aviation’s Orlando Service Center for a complete refurbishment.
Kevin Baird’s career in aviation has developed in a unique way. His goal was to understand both what happens inside of the cockpit as well as outside of it. And he wanted to ensure his path allowed him to grow in both areas.
Manufactured in the aviation hub of Wichita, Kan., and with maintenance and support locations worldwide, the Beechcraft brand of aircraft traces its roots to the pioneers of aviation. Throughout its history, this brand of products has been known for quality, reliability and value that established benchmarks for the industry.
Gregory Poole Equipment Company was founded in 1951 and has since grown in the eastern region of the United States. The company focuses on new and used sales, rentals, parts and service for construction, agriculture, forestry, electric power generation, marine power and a wide range of other industries. But it’s not just about business for the Poole family. The company, coupled with a love of CESSNA aircraft, shows the true meaning of family and shared passion.
Lady Elliot Island is a 42-hectare island at the southern tip of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. It is about 46 nautical miles north-east of Bundaberg located off Queensland, Australia. It is managed jointly by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority and the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service under a collaborative lease arrangement with the Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort. The resort is the dream of one man, Peter Gash.
After six years in service, the CESSNA CITATION LATITUDE aircraft topped the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) list as the most delivered midsize business jet for the fifth consecutive year, with 58 aircraft delivered in 2019 and 234 total delivered through Q1 of 2020. On the aircraft’s fifth anniversary, several of those who work closely with the Citation Latitude aircraft, took some time to explain why.
“When the skies go dark, we run towards the darkness.” It’s a strong statement from Brad Pierce, the president of Restaurant Equipment World and volunteer with the non-profit AEROBridge. But it’s one he stands by based on his countless experiences with others in business aviation.
It’s no secret the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted commercial air significantly. Vacations were cancelled, business trips were delayed and visits to loved ones were paused.
Dwayne Clemens knows Beechjets better than most. A former Beechcraft employee turned full-service FBO owner in the air capital, he’s well-versed in the capabilities and value a Beechjet brings to a company.
As more attention is put on health, safety and sanitation, many aircraft owners are starting to look closer at what’s inside their aircraft.
Lieutenant Colonel Neil Taylor spent several decades in the United States Air Force and has never seen a fight quite like the COVID-19 pandemic.
Simon Elliott is no stranger to disaster. He’s walked with those on the ground after Hurricane Katrina providing personal hygiene equipment and trailers.
Weight calculations, weather assessments and system functionality checks were not why Trevor Smith spent time at Lambert International Airport in St. Louis.
With a jet-like cabin design, dual-channel FADEC and the first clean-sheet turboprop engine in more than 30 years, the DENALI aircraft is sure to disrupt the marketplace. But behind the features and capabilities of the new aircraft is a team of experts invested in both the plane and those who will sit inside.
The news reports said roughly 50 people were dead. A storm, controlled by no man, had swept the vast islands leaving little in its path.