Cessna Downsizes Its Chinese Assembly Plans

Credit: Cessna Aircraft
I n late 2012, Cessna was planning to assemble two business jet types in China, working with two subsidiaries of Avic at two sites, while one of those partners also prepared to assemble the Caravan turboprop at a third location. The Cessna Skycatcher sport utility aircraft was being made at yet...

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