A rising tide will lift all boats – except in China, which has many tides. So says Bill Schultz, Textron Aviation’s senior vice president for business development in China. “There are different tides, with those for utility aircraft rising higher than for business jets,” he says. Textron Aviation’s rugged turboprop Cessna Caravans are in strong demand, with more than 100 now in service in the country, and the twin-engine King Air family is attracting orders, ...

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