Cessna is Associated With and Known as:
Cessna is mainly termed as Cessna Aircraft Company, a distinguished name in the aviation sector that generally known for the production and designing of midsize and light business jets, single engine aircraft and utility turboprops. The company's aircraft and jets sells all across the world. Cessna is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Textron Aviation, a general and military aviation company.
Cessna Aircraft Company put its first step in the aviation sector in 1927 by the efforts of Clyde Cessna and Victor Roos, when both started aviation company as a joint venture firm with the name of Cessna-Roos Aircraft Company. After four years, the company renamed its title under the name of current title. The company is headquartered in Wichita, Kansas, United States.
Cessna Aircraft Company has four manufacturing facilities which designs and manufactures high-quality and broad range of jets and aircraft namely Citation Business Jets, Pre-owned Citation Jets, Caravan Turboprops and Single Engine Aircraft. All four manufacturing facilities are situated in Mexico, Kansas and Georgia. Apart from this, Cessna Aircraft Company also associated with its wholly-owned unit McCauley Propeller Systems, a production company of homebuilt and ultralight aircraft composite propellers. As of company's report March 2014, Cessna Aircraft Company is being handled by more than 8,500 people.
Parent Company Textron Aviation
Textron Aviation is one of the business units of Textron Incorporation, a diversified business group. Textron Aviation was established in 2014 along-with the unify status. The business unit is known for general and military aircraft and associated with its Three
brands namely Beechcraft, Cessna and Hawker.