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Cessna Citation Personal Aircraft

The Citation II was a spin-off from the Citation I with expanded passenger capcity. It was produced in a number of variant versions including the Citation II/SP, T-47, Citation S/II, and the Citation Bravo. By 1988, Cessna was up to the fifth model of the Citaation, and its biggest selling point was an expanded cabin. Citation V`s were produced under the names Citation Ultra, and Citation Encore/Encore+ as well. These versions featured advanced avionics and other updates.

Other Cessna Citation models include the III, X, IV, VI, VII, Excel, XLS< Sovereign, CJ1+ Mustang and more. The most exciting advancement in the Citation line is the yet to be released Citation Columbus. It`s expected to make its first flight in 2012 and reach markets by 2013. It will be powered by 2 pratt & whitney PW810 turbofans amd equipped with Rockwell Collins avionics. It will also feature the biggest displays ever available and high tech enhanced vision features.




Cessna Citation Personal Aircraft


Citation is Cessna`s line of world-class business jets. The Citation line is made up of several families of turbofan-powered planes. Many variant models have been produced within many of these families and they are used today by corporations and governments around the globe. The first Citation model was the FanJet 500.

The motivation behind its original design was the need for a business jet capable of landing on shorter airstrips therefore competing as the first jet to rival twin turboprop planes. It was later retooled and released under the name Citation I.

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