Cessna, which posted its first first-quarter profit in five years thanks to an uptick in deliveries of new models, is hoping to keep that momentum going with the introduction of the new Citation X later this quarter and then the Latitude next year. Originally unveiled as the Citation Ten during the National Business Aviation Association’s annual convention in 2010, the X was the first of a series of new jet products and upgrades for the Wichita airframer. The X folds in a ...
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