Four years ago, the future of Cirrus Aircraft’s single-engine jet was by all accounts in peril – the company had lost access to the Williams FJ33 turbofan engine powering its five-seat SF50 personal jet as U.S. officials determined whether the new owner, Chinese Aviation Industry General Aircraft, could have access to the technology in that engine. Today those troubles appear far behind as Cirrus prepares to certify its first jet – with the same Williams engine – and ...

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