SHANGHAI – The opening of low-altitude airspace in China is also clearing the way for sales of utility aircraft, to the benefit of Cessna. The company sees particular opportunity in the west of the country, which is the focus of an economic development drive by the central government and also needs utility aircraft such as the 4-metric-ton (8,800-lb.) Cessna Caravan more than most areas, because of its great distances and poor roads. After years of opposition from the air force, ...
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