Textron is confident that second-quarter revenue declines in key aviation businesses stemmed from short-term headwinds, and remains bullish on strong full-year performances driven by business aircraft and commercial helicopter demand. First deliveries of the Citation Longitude should help bolster Textron Aviation, which saw second-quarter revenue decline 12% to $1.1 billion. Segment profit was $105 million, a slight increase. “Longitude getting into service, that was a huge part of ...

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