Happy October everyone! A LOT of exciting stuff happened this week, and we collected it all for you here. Don’t forget – if follow our Facebook page and Twitter profile, you can read more articles all week!
“NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California, took delivery of the agency’s X-57 all-electric experimental aircraft on Wednesday.” (AIN Online)
“Textron Aviation’s new Cessna Citation Longitude has entered service following first deliveries of the super-midsize jet, the Wichita-based airframer announced today.” (AIN Online)
“That first Global 6500, one of about a handful expected to be delivered this year, is leased back to Bombardier for use as a demonstrator.” (AIN Online)
“The Cessna Grand Caravan EX utility turboprop single entered service more than six years ago, and Textron Aviation has delivered its 500th copy, the company announced yesterday.” (AIN Online)
“The nation’s first female fighter pilot, U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Jeannie Leavitt, is set as the day-two keynote speaker on October 23 at NBAA-BACE.” (AIN Online)
” The Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame inductee and three-time NBA most valuable player is speaking at the Day 1 keynote session on October 22.” (AIN Online)
“The International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA) hopes to more than double its ranks of certified aircraft brokers next month, the organization announced.” (AIN Online)