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News: Textron Ships First Citation Longitude To Mexico Since Approval

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  1. First Citation Longitude To Mexico Delivered
    The Mexican Federal Civil Aviation Agency approved the Type Certification of the Citation Longitude back in 2022. However, Textron Aviation only recently delivered the first Mexican-registered example to a customer in Mexico. The customer plans to utilize the aircraft for business travel throughout Mexico and North America. Aside from the first Mexican delivery of a Longitude it is a good time to take stock of where Textron Aviation stands with their Longitude deliveries overall. The 100th production longitude rolled off already and that example will be delivered to the customer later this year.
  2. "The Citation Longitude’s performance, efficiency and unrivaled cabin experience make it the perfect aircraft for passengers and pilots alike, and we are pleased to deliver this for our customers in Mexico," said Lannie O’Bannion, senior vice president of Global Sales and Flight Operations. "We’re grateful for the owners and operators who continue to choose Citation business jets for their business and personal travel, and to the extraordinary Textron Aviation workforce that designs, builds and maintains our legendary lineup of aircraft."
  3. The Citation Longitude incorporates the latest technologies throughout the aircraft like integrated autopilot, autothrottles, and emergency descent mode (EDM). The aircraft is equally designed around the pilot experience, passenger comfort and overall performance, delivering an aircraft that lives up to its designation as the flagship of the Citation family of business jets. No other super-midsize business jet offers more range, greater payload or higher cruise speed at a lower direct operating cost. Longitude owners and operators in Mexico can appreciate city pairs such as Monterrey, Mexico to Asuncion, Paraguay; Toluca, Mexico to Belem, Brazil; and with only one stop, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico to Tokyo, Japan.

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    Cessna Aircraft Company
    1 Cessna Blvd.
    Wichita, KS 67215

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