All of a sudden, China is in the bizjet business
A country that has never built a business jet, and until a few years ago had almost none of them in its skies, is on track to having two types of executive aircraft rolling off assembly lines within 18 months. Cessna, negotiating details of a wide-ranging partnership with the fighter-manufacturing part of Avic, says it aims to deliver the first Citation Sovereign from a joint assembly line at Chengdu by the end of next year. At the same time, Embraer and another subsidiary of Avic ...
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