Cessna's Citation Ten prototype made its first flight Jan. 17. The flight lasted more than 2 hr. and included tests of stability and control, handling qualities, functional operations including the autopilot and autothrottle system, engine operability and avionics before landing at Wichita's Mid-Continent Airport (ICT) where Cessna's main manufacturing facility is located. Michael Voigt, Cessna's engineering test pilot flew the Ten prototype. “All systems functioned as expected including the ...
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