Cessna Caravan

    2010 marked the 25th production year of the Caravan, Cessna’s rugged propeller-driven workhorse, which can be equipped with pontoons for amphibious takeoff and landing. The Caravan’s single 675 hp Pratt & Whitney turbine engine has proven as dependable as its durable design—both elements that make this plane a fit for a variety of applications. While the models in the Caravan family have demonstrated adroitness as medevacs and cargo transporters, these versatile 10-seaters also offer ample luggage storage and comfort for lake-hopping owner-operators.

    The company’s design could reduce the flight time between Washington, D.C., and Paris by 3 hours…
    The ergonomic chair promises to make long-range flight much more comfortable…
    The fractional provider recently took delivery of a custom G450LXi, with more on the way…
    The simulated fireplace replicates the heat, sound, and intensity of a real fire…
    The amphibious aircraft only requires a sport-pilot license to fly and can be towed behind a car…
    The custom copter features a touch panel hub that controls nearly every function in the cabin…
    The only business jet produced by the Swiss company, the PC-24 is already sold out through 2019…
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    The $43.5 million ultrafast business jet is expected to reach customers in 2018…
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    Shot down over 70 years ago, the warplane is airworthy again after a three-year restoration…