Cessna has received FAA type certification and begun deliveries of the upgraded Cessna Citation X+, with improved Rolls-Royce AE3007C2 engines and new winglets giving a faster, Mach 0.935 top speed and longer, 3,408-nm. range. The X+ has a longer cabin, and Garmin G5000 flight deck with autothrottles and synthetic vision. Bombardier has received FAA approval for its upgraded Challenger 350 super-mid-size business jet, following type certification by Transport Canada on June 12. The 350 has ...

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