SHANGHAI—An aircraft management company that Cessna is setting up with Chinese partners is due to begin operations early next, reinforcing sales prospects for the manufacturer in China. Avic general aviation subsidiary Caiga and Chinese pharmaceuticals group Zhongheng are the partners in the business, which will be established at Nanning, on China’s south coast. The Nanning city government is very supportive, says Bill Schultz, Textron Aviation senior vice president for ...

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