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Textron Aviation Unveils Cessna Citation Ascend

The latest edition of the XLS series features new powerplants, updated avionics, and a flat floor. Could this be a mini Citation Latitude? That was my first impression when I saw the Cessna Citation Ascend mock-up at the European Business Aviation Convention and Expo in Geneva. Textron Aviation (NYSE:TXT) pulled back the curtain on the new model Monday morning at EBACE 2023. The $16.725-million Ascend will be the fifth-generation Citation 560XL when it arrives in 2025, and its refreshed appearance heralds dozens of improvements aimed at sustaining demand for the best-selling business jet in the last quarter century. Almost 1,100 Excel, XLS, XLS+ and XLS Gen 2 Citations have been delivered since 1998. The Ascend has plenty of qualities aimed at extending this sales performance. “The Cessna Citation Ascend builds upon more than 20 years of the 560XL series success in the market,” said Lannie O’Bannion, senior vice president, global sales and flight operations for Textron Aviation. “It’s designed to outperform and take our customers further in style.” Under New Power ​Most noticeably on the outside, it has a new and larger flight deck and cabin windows, giving it a sleeker, more contemporary appearance. Under the cowls, Pratt & Whitney Canada’s 4,213 lb thrust PW545D engines offer a modest 1 percent thrust increase, but they’ve been upgraded with more efficient high-pressure cores that boost flow rate and improve durability, compared to the PW545C powerplants that propel the Ascend’s predecessor, the Citation XLS Gen2. The PW545Ds also have enhanced deep-fluted mixer nozzles to mix hot core gas and cold bypass air flows in the exhaust section with less turbulence, resulting in better fuel efficiency and reduced noise. Mid-life inspection and overhaul intervals have been extended to 3,000 hours and

Dassault Falcon 10X Heads Toward 2027 Entry Into Service

Falcon 10X Dassault Aviation is moving forward on the assembly of its 19-passenger Falcon 10X as it marches toward entry into service in 2027. The Falcon 10X elevates comfort, style and flexibility beyond all expectations. It has the largest cabin of any purpose-built business jet and pioneering safety innovations. Its 7,500 nm (13,890 km) range and Maximum Mach Operating (MMO) speed of Mach .925 make it a powerful business tool. The timeline has slipped behind the original target of 2025. During the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition in Geneva last May, Dassault Aviation CEO and chairman Éric Trappier indicated some skepticism about the 2025 timeline, pointing to vendor problems and the longer-than-anticipated effects of Covid. However, Carlos Brana, executive v-p of civil aircraft for Dassault Aviation, told AIN that despite the schedule delay, “development is going smoothly” as plans to assemble the aircraft this year proceed. “We are starting to manufacture the parts,” Brana added. “Right now, everything is going according to plan, even if the schedule has slipped a tiny bit.” Once certified, Dassault will bring to market its largest, longest-range Falcon 10X yet, putting it into the realm of the Bombardier Global 7500 and Gulfstream G700. Powered by Rolls-Royce Falcon 10X turbofans producing 18,000 pounds of thrust, the Mach 0.925 aircraft will have a cabin that is 9 feet, 1 inch wide and 6 feet, 8 inches tall, larger than any of the purpose-built business jets in service today. With the longer range, the Falcon 10X opens new city-pair options, such as New York to Shanghai or Hong Kong, and Los Angeles to Sydney. The longer reach allows Dassault to cast a wider offering in the Asia-Pacific market as it continues to expand its

Cost to Rent a Private Jet

How Much Does it Cost to Rent a Private Jet? The cost to rent a private jet varies from $2,000 – $14,000 per billable flight hour. These hourly rates include a broad selection of aircraft from turboprops to the finest executive jets in the skies. In addition to the hourly rental rates, several other factors contribute to the overall price of renting a private jet. The most economical private jets - Turboprops, Very Light Jets, or Executive Light Jets - cost around $2,600 to $3,500 per flight hour. Midsize or Super Midsize Jets cost between $4,000 and $8,000 per hour. Large and Ultra Long Range Jets cost between $8,000 and $14,000 per hour within the US, and possibly higher internationally. Ultra-luxury VIP airliners such as the BBJs and ACJs in executive configurations cost anywhere from $16,000 to 23,000 per billable flight hour. Below you can see various factors that influence the price. Private Jet Rental Price Factors Aircraft Category The aircraft category refers to the size of an aircraft. The bigger the jet the more expensive it is to hire it. Private jet prices vary from very light jets to ultra-long-range jets, from $2,000 to $14,000 per hour or more. Aircraft Type There are a variety of aircraft types within each category of private jets. Some aircraft types are slightly more expensive than others based on market demand. You can expect price variations from $200 to $2,000 per hour or more. Age of Aircraft The hourly rental rate of a newer rental aircraft is higher per hour than an older aircraft's. Prices can vary from $100 to $1,000 per hour or more. Billable Flight Time The total billable flight time includes positioning fees, time in the

Embraer’s Phenom 300 Continues Its Reign

Embraer's Phenom 300 Continues Its Reign The The light jet was the top-selling business twinjet for the past four years Following the release of the 2023 year-end delivery numbers by the General Aviation Manufacturers Association, Embraer announced that for the 12th consecutive year, its Phenom 300 was the best-selling jet in its class, with 63 of the series delivered last year. It was also the top-selling twinjet for the fourth year in a row. Over the past decade, the Brazil-based airframer has delivered more than 730 of the light jets, with the fleet surpassing 2 million flight hours. Its U.S. customers flew their Phenom 300s more than 360,000 times last year. With its high-speed cruise of 464 knots, the Phenom 300 is also the fastest light jet in production, and it has a five-occupant range of 2,010 nautical miles with NBAA IFR reserves. Its avionics include the first Runway Overrun Awareness and Alerting System to be certified for a business jet as well as other innovative features such as an Autothrottle, Coupled Go-around, and Emergency Descent Mode. “For more than a decade the aircraft has earned well-deserved recognition and continues to excel in terms of performance, technology, comfort, and support,” said Michael Amalfitano, CEO of the OEM’s executive jet division. “With our ongoing dedication to our loyal customers, we will continue to develop the program based on customer feedback, industry trends, and new technologies.” Source AIN Online

Falcon Delivery Dip Hits Dassault’s 2023 Revenues

Falcon Delivery Dip Hits Dassault's 2023 Revenues Revenues last year fell by almost 31 percent to €4.8 billion ($5.2 billion) from €6.9 billion in 2022. Dassault Aviation is working hard to get better control of its supply chain as it targets increasing deliveries of its Falcon business jets to 35 this year, bringing the total closer to the pre-Covid delivery tally of 40 units in 2019. Announcing 2023 financial results today at a Paris press conference, the French manufacturer said it handed over 26 Falcons last year. That was six fewer aircraft than in 2022 and missed its guidance set last March for 35. The shortfall was reflected in an almost 31 percent dip in revenues last year, which fell to €4.8 billion ($5.2 billion) from €6.9 billion in 2022. Dassault also was slightly short in deliveries of Rafale fighters, with 13 handed over last year  instead of the projected 15 units. It handed over 14 Rafales in 2022. In both business units, chairman and CEO Eric Trappier pointed to supply chain issues for the declining rate of deliveries, indicating that the problem is more severe with the Falcon production line. “It’s more complicated for the Falcons because there are several supply chains with different suppliers for the 8X, for the 900LX, for the 2000LXS, for the 6X, and also for the 10X,” he told reporters. Another factor has been the later-than-anticipated type certification and entry into service of the ultra-long-range Falcon 6X. The wide-cabin business jet received simultaneous certification from EASA and the FAA in August, and the first aircraft entered service with Dassault itself in November, with the first external customer delivery occurring last month. Subsequently, 6X deliveries that had been scheduled for 2023 were postponed to this

Used Bizjet Inventory Climbs, Prices Soften

Used Bizjet Inventory Climbs, Prices Soften The available inventory of business jets increased by 32 percent in February Preowned business jet inventory soared by 32 percent year-over-year in February, while prices softened by 5 percent, according to financial analyst Jefferies. Citing data from Amstat along with its own estimates, Jefferies said the increased inventory crossed all segments with available heavy jets up by 37 percent, medium jets up by 32 percent, and light jets up by 28 percent. Inventories of jets less than seven years out of production have increased by 35 percent year-over-year. However, the available inventory, at 4.3 percent of the business jet fleet, is still below the five-year average of 5.1 percent, Jefferies reported. Overall, 1,094 business jets were available for sale in February, compared with 1,078 units a month prior and 831 in February 2023. The 2023 figures were near lows. Inventory of in-production Dassault Falcons saw the biggest jump last month, up 80 percent from a year ago, Jefferies reported. However, this is from a small base with a total of 18 aircraft for sale. Meanwhile, Cessna Citation inventory climbed 49 percent year-over-year, with 104 units for sale. Jefferies said the Citation Mustang drove the increase. Bombardier inventories were up 45 percent to 58 aircraft. This was a result of an 86 percent jump in Challengers on the market, which numbered just seven a year ago. Gulfstream inventories increased 33 percent, to 69 jets, including 13 G650s. Jefferies also noted that Amstat numbers show that the Savannah, Georgia manufacturer has now produced 53 G700s, implying 46 for customers. Conversely, Embraer inventory shrunk by 16 percent, to 26 business jets, with a dwindling number of Legacy 650s and Phenom 100s for

Bombardier Marks 150th Global 7500 Delivery, Updates Global 8000

The Global 8000 after the Global 7500 fleet has amassed 100,000 hours since service entry in December 2018 Bombardier marked the delivery of its 150th Global 7500 ultra-long-range business jet on Monday at NBAA-BACE 2023. The aircraft was actually delivered to an undisclosed customer in September. Now comes their flagship the Global 8000. In addition, the Global 7500 fleet has amassed 100,000 hours since service entry in December 2018. The aircraft also set 20 speed/distance records to date, including a 8,225-nm October 2019 flight from Sydney, Australia, to Detroit, Michigan. Bombardier claims the Global 7500 has a dispatch reliability rate of 99.8 percent. The Global 7500 features a “smooth flex wing” that reduces drag, fuel burn, and turbulence; a four-zone passenger cabin with the Lufthansa Nice Touch cabin management system, Nuage zero-gravity single executive seats, and Soleil cabin lighting designed with circadian rhythm-based technology to combat jet lag; a large galley; and dedicated crew suite. A revised version of the aircraft announced in 2022, the Global 8000, remains under development and “on track” according to Bombardier, with plans for it to enter into service in the second half of 2025. The program’s lone test vehicle has flown 150 hours to date backed by 1,000 hours of ground rigging tests. The Global 8000’s top speed is Mach 0.94 thanks to a software change to its GE Passport engines. The Global 8000 During flight testing in 2021, the Global 8000 exceeded Mach 1 in a shallow dive. Maximum range increases by 300 nm, to 8,000 nm, as a result of fuel storage optimization. The aircraft also adds advanced Hepa cabin air filtering. Overall aircraft dimensions are unchanged from the Global 7500, and 7500 operators will be able

Aircraft for Sales

What are the Key Advantages of Private Jets? Privacy: Flying on your company jet means travelling with your work colleagues, working privately and without distraction en-route if needed. Security: Traveling only with known-colleagues, friends and family, private jet users enjoy a higher level of security while flying. And, Business Aviation operators are required to meet the same high standards of security as the airlines. This is done without the queues and crowds associated with airline terminals,which also saves time and hassle. Luxury: Flying aboard a private jet brings a high level of luxury and comfort, ensuring you arrive at your destination fresh and ready for business. Longer-range jets incorporate seats that transform into beds and some even include an on board shower. Even the smallest luxury private jets for sale have interiors equivalent to those of high-end sports utility vehicles. Cabin altitude pressures tend to be impressive, and noise levels in today’s modern private jet plane cabins are also very low, enabling passengers to rest, work, and communicate in a luxurious environment. Flexibility: With a private plane, you control your own schedule. With almost 40% of Business Aviation missions involving multiple stops, it’s clear that users enjoy more flexibility and better productivity than if they were restricted to the schedule and destinations of an airline. Efficiency: Similarly, with aircraft able to access the remote communities the airlines don’t, private jet passengers can get closer to where they need to go, reducing their overall time away from the home or office while maximizing the productivity of their time. Meanwhile, the cabins of private jet planes are usually equipped with excellent and secure connectivity solutions, ensuring passengers stay connected to the ground to enhance their en route efficiency and take care

Provo Air Center: A Secret No More

Provo Air Center, one of two service providers at Providentiales International Airport, has seen a post-pandemic surge in traffic like many leisure destinations. (Photo: Provo Air Center) When the Provo Air Center (PAC) first opened its doors in 2001, aside from knowledgeable scuba divers, few could place the Turks and Caicos Islands on a map. But these days it has become one of the region’s busiest destinations for private aviation. Located at Providenciales International Airport, the full-service FBO—one of two service providers on the field—moved into its current 9,350-sq-ft terminal in 2015. “We’re very big on privacy here, so we tried to design the building so that upon arrivals and departures everyone can have their own space,” explained PAC CEO Deborah Aharon, who has been with the company since its founding. “Customers have four different lounges to themselves; we even have a special lounge just for kids with a pirate cave.” Other services and amenities include a large pilot lounge, snooze room with four private rest areas, shower facilities, conference room, laundry, dishwashing, and concierge. “We have the world’s first drive-through customs hall,” said Aharon, adding guests are picked up planeside and whisked inside. “You can stay seated in the golf cart right through the building as you deal with the customs and immigration officers.” Like many leisure destinations, traffic at the FBO has experienced a post-Covid surge with the past year seeing 1,100 more flights than the period prior to the pandemic lockdown. Between private aircraft and some of the commercial carriers that frequent the airport, the facility pumps approximately 5 million gallons of fuel a year. However during the pandemic, the entire island locked down for three months. While most companies in the

ATR Unveils Upscale HighLine Cabin Collection

ATR unveiled a HighLine collection of high-end cabins for business and commercial operators of its twin-turboprop regional airliners today at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, Germany. Created in collaboration with “luxury design experts,” the collection comprises five main cabin configurations, spanning the operational needs of air carriers seeking to offer their customers a premium flying experience, according to the Franco-Italian company. They include the Bespoke VIP cabin, for personal transport or lifestyle missions; All Business Class of up to 30 seats for Part 135 and scheduled private operations; Premium Flex, which can convert standard double-seats into single premium seating for boutique airlines and charter operators; the head-of-state Multi-Section cabin; and Multi-Class, a 50-seat interior with a dedicated first class. With the increased focus on sustainability, ATR noted its aircraft burn and emit 45 percent less fuel and CO2 than regional jets, and it labeled the prospective HighLine-outfitted ATRs “a responsible choice for commercial and business aviation operators.” “Our aircraft offer the same cabin size as the largest business jets while cutting carbon emissions [almost] in half,” said ATR head of business development Tarek Ben Omrane. The high-end cabins, he noted, are part of ATR’s efforts “to disrupt the regional travel industry from within by creating a superb onboard atmosphere and using the lowest-emission technology on the market.” Source AIN Online