More than eight decades ago, a small aircraft company started in Wichita, Kan., to do what others said could not be done to build a monoplane that used a wing without supporting struts or braces. When the Cessna All Purpose took off August 13, 1927, the aviation world was forever changed. In fact, Clyde Cessnas cantilever design has been the standard ever since. Truth be told, the history of Cessna is a long line of firsts . With such a heritage, its no wonder Cessna Aircraft Company is the leading designer and manufacturer of light and midsize business jets, utility turboprops and single engine aircraft, having sold and delivered more aircraft than anyone else in history 190,000 and counting. Today, with 15,000-plus dedicated employees worldwide and billions of dollars in orders for some of the worlds most advanced aircraft, the future of our company and their customers is even brighter than their lustrous past.
At Cessna, they understand that commitment to customers means more than just designing and manufacturing the world’s finest aircraft. Over the last 80-plus years, their unsurpassed customer service has kept more than 190,000 aircraft and their owners safely in the sky where they belong. That’s why they operate the industry’s largest, most comprehensive, dedicated worldwide service network. Their 9 company-owned Citation Service Centers are fully equipped to meet all inspection, maintenance and service requirements for the entire Citation fleet. Additionally, 33 Authorized Citation Service Centers around the world offer segmented Citation support. Cessna has strategically positioned more than 400 Authorized Service Stations in more than 18 countries around the world to provide exceptional propeller aircraft maintenance support.
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