Cessna Aircraft has announced the successful performance of its first intercontinental flight with the new Citation X+.
The Falcon 8X project was announced to public only in May, and the first private jet for ground and flight tests is almost ready.
Rockwell Collins, which avionics is installed in Hawker private jets, has recently certified to install its Pro Line 21 complex on the Hawker 800.
Following Sovereign+, the Citation X+ received a certificate from the American aviation authorities (FAA).
Bombardier has announced that it has received a type certificate for the Challenger 350 from the Canadian aviation authorities.
Textron Aviation announced that it has received a European type certificate for the Citation Sovereign+.
At the end of May, the first Citation CJ3+ was released in Wichita. Cessna expects to receive its type certificate as early as 2014.
Nextant Aerospace has begun work on its new turboprop aircraft project, the G90XT. It is essentially a redesigned King Air C90.
Waiting list for Gulfstream G650 has already stretched for several years, but Gulfstream is already preparing an updated version - the Gulfstream G650ER.
On April 9, a new stage of testing began - flight tests. A private jet made entirely of composite materials took off.