To the surprise of many, hard-pressed Cessna Aircraft introduced an all-new jet, the Citation Latitude, at the NBAA Convention in Las Vegas, and in so doing challenged those hoping to supplant its leadership in the less-than-heavy-iron market. Notably, it's the second new model to be announced by the firm in just two weeks. It unveiled the Citation M2, an evolutionary successor to the CJ1+, in late September (BCA, October 2011, page 82). Scott Ernest, the company's new CEO and ...

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