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May 29, 2023

Textron Celebrates One-Hundredth Citation Longitude

Flagship Citation Model’s Popularity Endures

Textron Inc., the Providence, Rhode Island-based conglomerate and parent company of Cessna, Beechcraft, Hawker, Bell Helicopter, Lycoming Engines, and Pipistrel, announced on 23 May 2023 that the one-hundredth production specimen of Cessna’s flagship Citation Longitude business jet had been completed and rolled out of the company’s Wichita, Kansas assembly plant.

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Duncan Aviation Revamps Citation 750

Used Jet Converted Into Affordable Alternative to Modern Aircraft

Duncan Aviation took a moment to show off their work in revamping an aged Citation 750, showing off an attractive, modern cabin that can run with nearly any modern OEM interior. The aircraft was redone by a combined, multi-department effort of Duncan Aviation specialists, bringing together each team to provide a like-new jet that's one-of-a-kind. The end result is tailored to customer preference, with every decision derived exactly from their needs and wants.

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Duncan Aviation Announces Scholarship Recipients

Karen K. Duncan Scholarship Recipients See up to $5,000 for College

Duncan Aviation published the profiles of the students chosen for its scholarship program, providing local students with assistance in meeting their tuition needs. The Karen K. Duncan Scholarship provides assistance for students attending a 2 or 4-year college or technical school, with the most recent disbursement providing for their upcoming Fall semester. Students supplied essays, academic achievements, leadership examples, and career goals for consideration, with a company committee reviewing them for selection.

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Boeing Business Jets Sees Raft of Activity

New Deals Inked for BBJ 737 MAX, 787 Dreamliner, and 777X

Boeing's smaller-scale, private jet operation has seen more sales activity than usual, announcing 4 orders for some of its most high-end aircraft. The 4 unnamed (of course) customers ordered outside the more affordable end of the Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) catalog, where most tend to stay. Only 2 opted for their own private 737 MAX, while the others went for the much larger, more capable 787-8 and 777X. While Boeing's offerings are far and away bigger and longer-legged than the vast majority of competing top-of-the-line bizjets, a private 777 is still something to behold. 

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