Orlando proved to be a magnet for new aircraft aluminum in Septem-ber when the NBAA convened its annual convention there. Bombardier sent its renamed Challenger 300, still under development, along with the new Learjet 40. Embraer's Legacy, the ink still wet on its FAA Type Certificate, was on display at Orlando Executive. Raytheon interrupted flight testing to send its Hawker Horizon, Sino Swearingen debuted its first conforming prototype of the sleek SJ30-2, and Adam Aircraft was there with ...
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