The Cessna Citation X is the fastest business jet aircraft and also the third fastest civil airplane ever, with a top speed of Mach 0.92 (604 mph at 41,000ft ASL (12,700meters ASL).
To date, Citation Xs have flown the corresponding of four trips to the sun, taken off and landed around 1 million times.
Also their average duration in the air is the highest in the entire Citation fleet.
The Cessna Citation Sovereign is a mid-size business jet, the second largest member of the Citation product line; also it is considered a transcontinental airplane and is used principally for corporate travel.
Without spending much more money you will get a great comfort. Your travel air will be an excellent one, because Sovereign was made to satisfy your needs.
Citation Sovereign (model 680) is powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW306C turbofan engines, also having FADEC controls.
The Citation Encore+ is an improved variant of Citation Encore and stands out by its versatility, ability to fly long distances, take off and land on short runways, and also carry a large load.
Called the finest light jet ever built, Citation Encore+ was certified by the FAA in 2006 and announced as the successor of the Citation Encore.
Deliveries started in February 2007.
The Encore+ offers to its customers some facilities like: increased efficiency, a new integrated avionics suite, increased payload capability and improved cabin lighting.
The world’s best-selling business jet, Citation XLS+ is an improved variant of Citation XLS, one of the fastest business jets in the Citation family.
Cessna enhanced the Citation XLS+ aircrafts with FADEC engines controls, a completely revised nose design and also with improved Pratt & Whitney PW545C engines.
This aircraft is the first of the XL line that includes Collins Pro Line 21 Avionics and a four tube EFIS display, being different of the three tube Honeywell displays in the XL and XLS.
The Cessna Citation CJ4 is a part of the Citation business jet family and also is a stretch extension of the CJ3, adding an additional two feet to the CJ3 cabin.
Introduced in 2006, the CJ4 (also the Model 525C) brings a different wing design than the previous models and takes benefits of the moderately swept wing from the Citation Sovereign.
The operators and pilots feedback about the fusion between the design and refinements is an excellent one.
The Cessna Citation CJ3 (Model 525B) is an aircraft that makes part of the Citation business jet family.
The CJ3 is a stretch extension of the CJ2 aircraft, which itself was a stretch of theCJ1.
The aircraft was exposed in September 2002 at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) convention and took its first flight on the same day on April 17, 2003. CJ3 was FAA certified in October 2004 and the distribution of this aircraft started on December 2004.
The Cessna Citation CJ2+ is the sensible, single-pilot-certified business jet for you and also for your business.
This aircraft offers many practical benefits like seven seats, the maximum takeoff load has been increased, climbs more quickly, cruises faster and ranges farther than its predecessor.
Having a better performance Cessna Citation CJ2+ (Model 525A) uses less fuel and delivers for passengers and pilot the best comfort, more advanced avionics and FADEC controls.
Cessna Citation Jet 1+ is a turbofan-powered light corporate jet built by Cessna and developed as an improved version of the Citation CJ1. It is distinguished especially because of the two Williams International FJ-44-1AP engines.
The CJ1+ was first communicated at the NBAA annual convention in 2004 and gains its type certificate less than a year later.
The basis for this aircraft was the Model 525.
Cessna Citation Mustang is the smallest and least-expensive aircraft, belonging to the Citation family.
This business jet aircraft
has four passenger seats in the aft cabin and seating for two in the cockpit. Like the other very light jets (VLJ) models, the Mustang is approved for single-pilot operation.
Cessna Super Cargomaster, the ultimate aircraft in freight-hauling operations, combines the size and utility of the Grand Caravan with an economic, cargo-dedicated interior for freight operators.
This aircraft stands by its cargo-ready features, including replaceable flat wood-floor, durable interior sidewalls and a practical, a cargo barrier aft of the pilot seats, and pre-marked loading zones. Full story