Cessna, which last fall unveiled two new jets, is turning its attention to turboprops, gathering market feedback on a potential 6-7 place single turboprop and developing a new version of its venerable Grand Caravan. Separately, the company is looking to certify its light-sport aircraft, the Skycatcher, in Europe. Dubbed the ERV (engineering research vehicle), the concept plane has been flying for the past several years. But Cessna officials maintain the program is “not a go” until they ...
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