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From luggage space to legroom, the Longitude offers passengers more room than ever before. We sit down with interior designer Lydia Pierce to discuss how she helps customers design a unique cabin experience.
Learn how Textron Aviation engineers ensured the Citation Longitude jet would be in a class of its own when it came to delivering an ultra-quiet cabin environment.
Reliably lifting off day after day with heavy payloads requires real performance and capability. Cessna designed the all new Cessna SkyCourier™ turboprop for fully loaded high frequency operations and maximum efficiency. Load, fly, unload and repeat, then watch your business grow.
For 70 years, Berry Companies has operated aircraft to help their large construction and industrial equipment distribution business expand beyond their Kansas home base. Learn why it continues to be a valuable business tool for the company, and how it enables them to do more.
Whether they're getting to the next NASCAR race or meeting with sponsors and vendors, Kyle and Samantha Busch are constantly on the move. Find out how the Citation Latitude® keeps their businesses - and family - on schedule.
After years of owning a Beechcraft® King Air® turboprop, New York’s DiMarco Group began considering adding a Citation jet to their fleet. Learn what factors contributed to the decision, and why they made the eventual move to a Citation Latitude® jet.
When the pilots of Whelen Engineering’s flight department stepped into the Citation Latitude® for the first time, the versatile Model 680 type rating made the transition easier and quicker.
Business aviation has been a formidable business tool for Rogers Group for more than 60 years. When the time came to step up to an aircraft with more performance, the company chose the midsize Citation Latitude®. Rogers Group chief pilot Bill Torphy explains why the midsize jet proved to be the best aircraft for the mission.
Textron Aviation's new Customer Portal is a gateway to simplified maintenance management and service tracking. Learn more about the portal’s most powerful features and how they give you more access – and control – than ever before
From service on your terms to unique modification and upgrades, our customer service network is equipped to handle all your service needs.
With business aviation providing the DiMarco Group easier access to its many properties and customers throughout the Northeastern U.S., the company is able to expand its regional footprint while keeping operations centralized.
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When a last-minute opportunity came through for the hotel development company, they counted on business aviation to move quickly and help them soar above the competition.
For busy executives like Mike McVean of Dallas, Texas, chartering an aircraft offered a good value and a variety of benefits when he first started using business aviation.
Pre-purchase inspections on used aircraft allow buyers to identify and assess damage and wear that isn’t immediately evident and to anticipate maintenance needs in the future.
No matter where they come from or how they get there, they leave the Beechcraft Heritage Museum adjacent to the Tullahoma Regional Airport (THA) in Tennessee with a unique history lesson on Beechcraft and early general aviation.
How an informed analysis can save time, money and frustration.
In August 2015, a donor in New Mexico matched up with a patient in Indiana who needed a pancreas to save his life.
Bundled pricing and across-the-board coverage fractional ownership offers is a convenient option for business travelers easing into business aviation.
Jason Burdette has worked on several Textron Aviation product lines, including the Citation® CJ4® and Citation M2®, throughout his 12-year tenure.
In northwestern Alaska, clusters of small, sparsely populated villages dot the Arctic landscape.
Brandi Nicholson is a customer service specialist on Textron Aviation’s parts sales team.
When Peter Tinsman was ready to step up to a larger aircraft, he wanted the best combination of size, performance and safety.
Mary Serocki is a concierge service representative at the Textron Aviation service facility in Milwaukee.
A long-planned regulatory change that will alter the operations of many business aircraft in Europe will go into effect August 25, 2016.
Across the globe, pilots flying in and out of international and regional airports rely on a collection of communications, navigation and surveillance systems to operate safely.
Alicia Donaldson is Textron Aviation’s support lead for 1CALL, a team tasked with finding quick solutions that get customers with AOG and unscheduled maintenance needs flying again.
Today, a new hospital on San Juan Island, just off Washington state’s mainland, means babies are more likely to be born in a doctor’s care than at home, in the back of an airplane or on the tarmac.
A day of playing in the snow in the Nevada mountains turned frightening for a young family of six after the Jeep in which they were traveling swerved off the road and flipped upside down.
When travelling professionals make the move from the main terminal to the FBO, they usually first do so through charter services or fractional aircraft ownership experiences.
With the lower-than-expected acquisition and operating costs, very light business jets are competing head-to-head with high-performance, single-engine turboprops.
For many European charter companies, executive turboprops are the aircraft of choice, providing the ideal balance of short-field accessibility, roomy cabins, mission flexibility and low acquisition and operating costs.
When Mike McVean touches down, he knows all eyes are on his Citation® Mustang®.
For The Wonderful Company, upgrading its 7,000-hour Beechcraft® King Air® C90GTx with the Garmin G1000 avionics suite had long been a wish-list item.
Even as a child, Peter Tinsman had loved airplanes and wanted to learn to fly, but it wasn’t until he spooled down his responsibilities at work in Dubuque, Iowa, that Tinsman finally had time to devote to his lifelong dream.
As CEO of Jomax Construction Co., Inc., a contractor specializing in cross-country pipeline construction, Max Nichols knows how to quickly identify his most formidable competitors in the heavy construction industry.
Sophie, Brandy and Remy are lap dogs. When flying commercially, they are fortunate their weights allow them in the airliners’ main cabins rather than the cargo hold.
Throughout the northeastern corridor, private aircraft allow you to access big cities, smaller towns and vacation destinations without the time and traffic you’ll experience when using commercial air travel, driving a car or riding a train.
Once single-engine piston pilots get comfortable in the cockpit, some long to go higher and faster with more room and more comfort.
An unexpected passion for flying has helped Mike McVean dramatically expand his business.
Around the world, pilots rely on a myriad of communications, navigation and surveillance systems to fly safely.