Cessna Starts Citation M2 Production at Independence Plant

AINalerts » January 10, 2013
January 10, 2013, 2:35 PM

Cessna Aircraft has started production of the Citation M2 at its Independence, Kan. facility, the company announced today. The front and aft cabin assemblies for the light business jet, which is a derivative of the out-of-production CJ1, are built at Cessna’s Wichita facility and then transported to Independence for final assembly and delivery. S/N 800, a demonstrator aircraft, is slated to roll off the assembly line in April. Cessna expects certification of the M2 in the second quarter.

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