Cessna Aircraft has introduced a virtually all-new jet, the Citation Latitude, at this week’s National Business Aviation Association convention in Las Vegas, to the surprise of many in attendance. In doing so, the Wichita firm challenged competitors hoping to supplant its leadership in the less-than-heavy-iron market. It’s the second new model to be announced by the company in just two weeks. It unveiled the Citation M2, an evolutionary successor to the CJ1+, in late September. Scott ...

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