Courtesy of Textron Aviation, Japan has received new testing gear for their ILS (Instrument Landing) equipment. The Japanese Air Self Defense Force is tasked with protecting domestic and military flight for the nation. This means being able to land and takeoff in any situation. To ensure the system works under the most adverse conditions, the first Cessna Citation Latitude was delivered in Japan.
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