Cessna handed over its first CJ4, the company announced last week. Delivery, to an unnamed customer, followed FAA type certification of the newest member of the CJ family in March (BA, March 22/5). Cessna says the aircraft was the first equipped with its new Green Trak flight planning software designed to minimize total trip cost by indexing the costs of direct operation, fuel burn and carbon emissions. Cessna has orders for more than 150 of the $9 million jet and expects to deliver 15 this ...

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