Slower-than-expected business jet sales in the third quarter that hampered both deliveries and revenues are leading executives from Cessna parent Textron to prepare for another flat year in 2013. At the same time, though, the commercial sales of Textron’s Bell Helicopter unit continue to pick up steam and helped buoy Textron’s overall third-quarter results. Cessna’s profit declined $3 million to $30 million in the third quarter. Business jet deliveries dropped to 41, compared with 47 ...

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