Cessna gains EASA maintenance approval for CJ4

Terry Spruce

Cessna has announced that it has won
approval by the European Aviation Safety Authority for its MX Advantage Part
147 maintenance training courses for the Citation CJ4. Cessna expects to
deliver the first EASA-approved CJ4 into Europe
later this year.

“Having these approvals means the operator
taking delivery of a CJ4 can have an EASA qualified engineering staff in a more
timely fashion,” said Chad Martin, Cessna manager of training. “With the
practical training aspect of the MX Advantage program, the students are
provided access to experienced Cessna instructors and to actual aircraft.”

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