Monday's launch of the annual AirVenture, in Oshkosh, Wis., said to be the world's largest general aviation airshow, came with announcements from various manufacturers on business developments. While Hawker Beechcraft announced the King Air C90GTx, the eighth major King Air upgrade since 2003, Cessna announced that it is moving the final assembly of its Corvalis high-performance aircraft from Bend, Ore., to Independence, Kan., and Yingling Aviation has been named as an authorized service center for Lycoming Engines, a division of Textron.

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