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  1. In June, the Cessna Aircraft Company delivered its first new Citation X+ jet, reclaiming its position as the producer of the world’s fastest civil aircraft.
  2. Amphibious seaplanes have long been popular for sport flying, offering access to waterways as well as airports, but a new design from the start-up MVP Aero promises to expand those capabilities,...
  3. In late June, Bombardier Aerospace delivered its first Challenger 350 super-midsize jet to NetJets, which plans to add seven more by the end of the year.
  4. The first production version of the highly anticipated HondaJet flew for the first time in late June, bringing the aircraft one step closer to first deliveries in 2015.
  5. A new business-class-only airline offering flights between Paris’s Charles de Gaulle Airport and the Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey (located about 15 miles from Manhattan) is...
  6. Sir Richard Branson has rarely played by the book. Known as much for his publicity stunts and daredevil exploits as for his ever-expanding portfolio of enterprises—which range from cell phones and...
  7. In New Zealand, a New York native has become the leading reproducer of World War I planes.
  8. VistaJet, an international business-aviation provider headquartered in Zurich, added five globe-hopping Bombardier Global 6000 jets to its fleet early this year, bringing its aircraft total to 42.
  9. In May at the European Business Aviation Convention and Exposition in Geneva, the French aircraft manufacturer Dassault Falcon unveiled its new flagship: the large-cabin, ultralong-range Falcon 8X.
  10. When Pilatus introduced its very first jet, the PC-24, just over a year ago, it drew interest from around the world.

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