The Cessna Citation CJ2+ (Model 525A) prototype business jet made its first flight Apr. 2 in Wichita, Kan. Test pilots Don Alexander and Jon Cooper flew the airplane for more than 2 hr. checking basic handling qualities, systems operation and engine operating characteristics. The CJ2+, which will replace the CJ2, is powered by two Williams FJ44-3A-24 engines equipped with dual-channel, Full Authority Digital Engine Controls, and will feature advanced Collins Pro Line 21 avionics. FAA ...

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