If you’re in the market for one of the fastest midsize private jets available today, look no further than the Cessna Citation X or the Gulfstream G650. Both are capable of reaching Mach .9, which is just short of breaking the sound barrier. What is even more impressive is that the first Citation X was
Quarterly updates from Winner Aviation’s maintenance team and our trusted partners Introducing the first installment of Maintenance Memo, a quarterly round-up of the latest aviation news and updates from our maintenance team as well as our trusted partners. Here, you’ll find clickable resources to dive deeper into specific topics, as well as brief overviews if
The Beechcraft King Air 200 has a long legacy of excellence. The King Air 200 was originally built as an iteration of the Model 100 King Air. It had the same fuselage as the Model 100, but with changes to the rear fuselage to accommodate a new T-tail, as well as structural changes to allow
Avionics upgrades add value to your aircraft and can offer advanced capabilities and reliability for those operating their aircraft. In recent years, Collins Aerospace has released a Pro Line 4 to Pro Line 21 upgrade that takes the cockpit display and visuals to the next level, all while improving situational awareness and reducing pilot workload.
The Challenger 850, which was produced from 2006 to 2015, is one of the largest super-midsize business jets offered by Bombardier Aerospace. Derived from the Bombardier CRJ200 airliner, the Challenger 850 can accommodate up to 15 passengers, with a maximum baggage capacity of 202 cubic feet. When it’s in its optimum configuration, the Bombardier Challenger
The Beechcraft King Air twin-turboprop series has consistently been an aircraft of choice for the last 50+ years. Ideal for hauling cargo, chartering, military transport, or luxury or corporate transport, the King Air is reliable, spacious, easy to fly, and even easier to maintain. King Air History King Air first entered service in 1964 with