Textron Aviation collaborated with Spectrum Aeromed to demonstrate the capabilities of BEECHCRAFT KING AIR turboprops when configured with air ambulance equipment.
In Nairobi National Park in Kenya, orphaned infant African elephants are fighting for a future.
As many travelers know, some of the most beautiful places on the planet are in hard to reach locations. Remote areas in the Bahamas, for instance, often contain the cleanest beaches, best fishing, and most desirable natural landscapes. But most who seek out these areas do so because of what nature has created and preserving that is of the upmost importance.
Textron Aviation has unveiled the industry’s first interactive, 3D full-color, technical library.
For country singer, fiddler and outdoorsman Nick Hoffman, learning to fly a CESSNA CARAVAN turboprop was the final frontier. Follow Nick on his journey to become a Caravan aircraft pilot. Because "nothing says awesome like 675-horsepower of turbine".
Textron Aviation Flight Operations Pilot Jared Jacobs and Technical Marketing Advisor Alex Hunt give a walkthrough of the Collins Aerospace Pro Line Fusion avionics suite. This suite is found on KING AIR turboprops and is demonstrated on a KING AIR 360 turboprop while it is on the ground.
For nearly three quarters of a century, the Harvey family has been a household name in Snohomish County, Wash. The family began Snohomish Flying Service (SFS) in 1946, incorporating in 1950 and became the Fixed Base Operator (FBO) and flight training school of Harvey Field.
From seats and materials to lights and the G5000, a Paraguayan customer takes his CITATION EXCEL jet to Textron Aviation’s Orlando Service Center for a complete refurbishment.
Kevin Baird’s career in aviation has developed in a unique way. His goal was to understand both what happens inside of the cockpit as well as outside of it. And he wanted to ensure his path allowed him to grow in both areas.
Textron Aviation is happy to announce that the CESSNA CITATION LONGITUDE jet has achieved certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
The world’s most popular turboprop aircraft brand can be found in the internationally known name, KING AIR. With an impressive legacy product line in addition to two newly updated King Air products, it’s clear this brand will now and forever be the king of turboprops.