Jet Ownership

News Release Media Contact Sarah White +1.316.617.0619 [email protected] txtav.com Textron Aviation demonstrates industry leadership at EBACE 2019   WICHITA, Kan. (May 16, 2019) –Textron Aviation Inc., a Textron Inc. (NYSE:TXT) company, heads to next week’s European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) with eight of its industry-leading aircraft. Textron Aviation continued its 2018 market-leading position...
Spring 2019 Challenger Quarterly Market Report - Produced By Elliott Jets   Challenger 300 Market " Strong pricing has kept the Challenger 300 a seller’s market, but if demand continues to cool off this could provide some good opportunities for buyers." After an active fourth quarter of 2018, activity has cooled off a bit in...
Introduction: So, is it “Excel” or “XL”? Kandi Spangler, Sales Director at jetAVIVA This is the first segment of jetAVIVA’s Comprehensive Guide to the Citation 560XL Series. Introduced in 1996, the first Citation Excel was delivered in 1998 and Textron continues deliveries of this popular jet as of 2019, with the updated variant, the XLS+,...

Transitioning to a Turbine Aircraft By Steve Davis – Executive Sales Director for Elliott Jets In over 40 years of flying, I’ve been fortunate to witness many key milestones throughout the careers of both aircraft owners and pilots. I’ve seen everything from the thrill of a first flight to the proud accomplishment of many different…

By Matt Harris Pushing Ahead: Dassault pressing hard towards final certification for its Falcon 7X At the start of 2007, Dassault Aviation will be anticipating certification and first deliveries of its Falcon 7X tri-jet. Doubters beware: The French planemaker has enjoyed a year of progress in its journey to bring its revolutionary new business jet to…

Something To Grow On Mid-size jets grow as a group – again. It’s not without cause that so much media focus in the past couple of years sharpened our awareness of the up-and-coming Very Light Jet segment and its about-to-be-up-and-coming cousin- the Personal Jet. From a numbers perspective- the quantity of companies developing aircraft in…

Full Size Flying Large cabin jets expand capabilities of private flying. Pretty much every aircraft is a compromise… a series of compromises- according to many aircraft designers and engineers. When working backwards from a set of desired traits- designers typically do their own weight-and-balance trade-offs among those traits to arrive at a product that- it…

The Merlin/Metro Story (Part 1) The heady days of ambitions- rewarded by success and growth. During the 1970s and early 1980s- when the business turboprop aircraft was in its heyday and accounting for as much as 70 percent of the turbine aircraft market- one of the major players was the Fairchild Merlin. Designed by legendary business…

Cessna’s Citation XLS+ Making a great performer even better. There’s nothing better for a business than finding a great concept- executing that concept exceptionally- and keeping the ball rolling by preserving the fundamentals while improving the product in meaningful- value-adding ways. Such is the story of Cessna and its Citation Excel- a product that re-wrote…

The MU-2 StoryA viable product today – despite being- out of production nearly 25 years. The pressurized twin-engine cabin-class Mitsubishi MU-2 is a business turboprop that was produced between 1966 and 1986 during the formative years of business aviation – a period we now see as the golden age of the turboprop. Mitsubishi was one…

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