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Cessna Aircraft Company announced it has received an order for three Citation X+ midsize business jets from Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL) during the National Business Aviation Association Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) in Orlando, Fla. SEL has owned and operated a fleet of aircraft exclusively comprised of Citation business jets since 1999, purchasing its first Citation X in 2002. The fleet is used to support the travel needs of operations around the globe.
“The X+ provides a total cost of ownership that makes good business sense,” said Dr. Edmund O. Schweitzer III, president and chairman of the board, Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories. “I strive to ensure that our employee owners have access to the resources they need to get the job done. The Citation X+ is a business tool that allows us to serve our customers around the world. Over the course of our nearly 20-year relationship with Textron Aviation, we’ve experienced customer service above and beyond our expectations.”
“SEL is a great example of a company that recognizes the importance of business aviation and the profound impact it can have on reaching a global customer base,” said Scott Ernest, president and CEO, Textron Aviation. “We value the long-standing relationship we’ve shared with Ed and his team over the years and look forward to continuing our support of SEL and their mission.”
SEL invents, designs, and builds digital products and systems that protect power grids around the world. This technology prevents blackouts and enables customers to improve power system reliability, safety and cost.
SEL, a 100 per cent employee-owned company that is headquartered in Pullman, Wash., has manufactured products in the U.S. since 1984 and now serves customers in 148 countries. SEL provides unmatched technical support, customer service and a 10-year worldwide warranty.