Cessna is celebrating the Caravan’s 25th anniversary and plans to deliver the 2,000th model of the utility turboprop later this year. “The Caravan has been a tremendous success for Cessna. Its order book has remained resilient for 25 years, including during this most recent economic downturn,” said John Doman, Cessna’s vice president of Worldwide Propeller Aircraft Sales. Because of its ability to operate from unimproved or makeshift runways, the aircraft has often been involved in ...

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