Cessna is still assessing whether a problem that surfaced during a test flight of its diesel Turbo Skylane JT-A will push back the timeline of the aircraft’s certification. The aircraft, N9008H, was forced to make an emergency landing on Aug. 21 in a field in Kingman County, west of Cheney Lake, Kan., apparently after losing power. The pilot successfully landed the aircraft, which did not sustain any notable damage. Cessna has been flying the production model of its Jet A-fueled ...
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