Cessna continues to refine its Citation M2 light twin-engine business jet as the program progresses toward Part 23 certification and delivery in 2013. The Wichita airframer, which announced the M2 program nine months ago, has incorporated upgrades based on customer feedback. These include a shortened throttle quadrant pedestal and extended crew seat tracks to increase legroom. Cessna also is integrating more switches into the Garmin G3000 touch screens for a cleaner, more intuitive ...
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