Cessnaâ€™s new midsized Latitude is continuing to take shape as the company mated the wings late last month, keeping the business jet on pace for first flight in early 2014. The wing-mating took place two years after Cessna unveiled plans to develop the midsize Latitude, a nine-passenger aircraft that is positioned between the companyâ€™s Citation XLS+ and Sovereign aircraft. The aircraft will have the widest cabin of a Citation jet at 77 in., a 2,500-nm range and reach altitudes of ...
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