Textron Aviation Stops Cessna TTx Production
American airplane manufacturer Textron Aviation ceased the production of the Cessna 400, also known as Cessna TTx, flyingmag.com reports.
The aircraft has since been taken down from the website, and is no longer available for purchase.
The Cessna TTx started in 2004, birthed by Columbia Aircraft as the Columbia 400, then renamed and sold to the market as Cessna TTx Model T240.
Flying Magazine reports that sales for the TTx has allegedly been lackluster, despite introducing several improvements to match its closest single-piston competitor, the Cirrus SR22.
Despite letting the TTx fall off production, Textron Aviation plans to expand its workforce, as new planes were put in the pipeline.
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