Cessna says it will continue to have the world’s fastest production civil aircraft after unveiling the Citation Ten, a second-generation model 750 that will cruise faster, higher and farther than the current Citation X, which reaches Mach 0.92. Unveiled at last week’s National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) convention, Cessna says the Ten will carry more payload, afford passengers more comfort and burn a little less fuel. But Cessna was reluctant to pinpoint an exact ...

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