Cessna Aircraft has dedicated a private facility and some of its top engineering talent and supply chain specialists to Textron AirLand’s new Scorpion intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) aircraft, but whether the program remains in Wichita long-term is unclear. Textron last week unveiled the Scorpion, a two-seat jet powered by twin Honeywell TFE731s. The project, in the works for 18 months, is the culmination of a joint venture between Textron and a young company – ...
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