Rebirthing The Citation X

When Cessna Aircraft began development of its first jet in the late 1960s, it wanted an aircraft with simple systems and docile handling that could operate from short fields. Accordingly, it was fitted with turbofan engines and a straight wing and christened Citation in honor of the fabled Triple...
William Garvey

Bill was Editor-in-Chief of Business & Commercial Aviation from 2000 to 2020. During his stewardship, the monthly magazine received scores of awards for editorial excellence.

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