Cessna is widening its engagement with Chinese industry with an agreement to assemble Citation XLS+ business jets jointly with Avic general aviation subsidiary Caiga. A joint facility at Caiga’s base at Zhuhai in southern China will make its first delivery of a Citation XLS+ in 12-18 months, says Cessna CEO Scott Ernest. Cessnas assembled at Zhuhai will be delivered only to Chinese customers. The agreement, signed by Cessna and Caiga at Airshow China in Zhuhai on Nov. 14, markedly ...

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