University of North Dakota Orders 25 Cessnas
The University of North Dakota says it has ordered 25 Cessna 172 Skyhawks to be used as the basic training planes for its aviation school.
Cessna says the 172 is among the most popular training planes. The price of the UND order has not been released.
Cessna Aircraft is a subsidiary of Textron Inc., based in Providence, R.I. UND says based on unit sales, Cessna is the world`s largest maker of general aviation planes.