Employees assemble a Cessna Skycatcher at Textron Aviation’s Independence plant in 2013.
Employees assemble a Cessna Skycatcher at Textron Aviation’s Independence plant in 2013. Jaime Green File photo
Employees assemble a Cessna Skycatcher at Textron Aviation’s Independence plant in 2013. Jaime Green File photo

Cessna scraps unsold Skycatcher airplanes

December 16, 2016 06:34 AM

UPDATED December 16, 2016 12:43 PM

More Videos

A Very Merry Color-Wheel Christmas 1:30

A Very Merry Color-Wheel Christmas

Death on Murdock is suspicious 0:32

Death on Murdock is suspicious

Still hooked after 1000 races 2:45

Still hooked after 1000 races

Goddard Lions beat the Eisenhower Tigers 2:02

Goddard Lions beat the Eisenhower Tigers

Roy Moore says allegations are McConnell’s and his ‘cronies’ efforts to steal Alabama election 3:29

Roy Moore says allegations are McConnell’s and his ‘cronies’ efforts to steal Alabama election

Broken hand can't slow Kansas State linebacker Trent Tanking 1:14

Broken hand can't slow Kansas State linebacker Trent Tanking

What happens at a blow-dry bar? 1:20

What happens at a blow-dry bar?

What is net neutrality? 0:49

What is net neutrality?

Brandon Steven’s black-and-white Wichita vision 1:36

Brandon Steven’s black-and-white Wichita vision

Man stabbed in middle of the street Wednesday 0:39

Man stabbed in middle of the street Wednesday

  • Bombardier makes big announcement about their Wichita facility

    David Coleal, the president of Bombardier Business Aviation, announces that interior work on the Global 5000 business jet will be done in Wichita, and that the work will create 100 new jobs in Wichita. (Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)