Textron Aviation revealed a new utility turboprop offering last week, the Cessna SkyCourier 408. The aircraft was developed with FedEx Express, which has signed a solid order for 50 of the aircraft, with the option to extend to 100. As a spiritual successor to the Caravan 208A, which was also developed with FedEx in 1986, there has been a lot of interest in both the cargo and passenger variants of the SkyCourier.
Bombardier has closed an offering of $1,000,000,000 senior notes due 1 December 2024. The notes are being sold on par at a coupon rate of 7.50% per year. The proceeds from the offering will be used to finance a previous tender offer of $600 million due 2019, and remaining funds will be used for general corporate purposes. It has also issued a notice of redemption for the outstanding $600 million. The price of the redemption will be disclosed on 20 December 2017.
Textron Aviation has unveiled a new large-utility turboprop, the Cessna SkyCourier 408, and has signed an agreement to sell up to 100 of the aircraft to long time customer FedEx Express. SkyCourier is a clean-sheet aircraft developed with input from FedEx Express. The new aircraft looks to offer greater capability and mission flexibility than its previous large-utility offerings. The SkyCourier is planned to enter service in 2020.
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