Friday, November 30, 2012
Cessna Selects Brake Control System for New Business Jets
Cessna is extending its long-term partnership with aerospace systems provider Crane Aerospace & Electronics to provide the brake control systems for the new Citation Ten, M2 and Latitude business jets. Crane first began providing brake control systems for Cessna when the first Citation business jet was introduced in the early 1990s.
(Cessna braking system)
“Crane is pleased to extend its long-term relationship with Cessna on these new aircraft,” said Clarence Au-Young, vice president of landing systems solutions for Crane.
The Citation Ten and Citation M2 are both expected to enter service in 2013, with the mid-sized Citation Latitude scheduled for FAA certification and entry into service in 2015. Cessna achieved Mach .935 speed with its Citation Ten jet during a flight test in August. More