The Citation M2

Launched in 2011, the Citation M2 is the newest addition to theCitationJet 525 series small business jets. It fits perfectly between the Mustang and the Citation Jet 1 in the Cessna jet lineup. TheCitation M2 is sleek, stylish and more efficient than its predecessors, with a completely overhauled interior, longer range and ability to travel … Continue reading The Citation M2

You’ll Love the Citation Excel!

The Cessna Citation Excel was first introduced to the world in 1997. The Citation Excel was modeled around the airframe of larger, super midsize jet the Citation X. The Citation Excel wings were modeled from the Citation Ultras and the fuselage is basically the same as the Citation VII, which the Excel has since replaced. … Continue reading You’ll Love the Citation Excel!

Meet the Citation Sovereign

In 2002, the Cessna Citation Sovereign took its first flight. Created to bridge the gap between the Citation Excel/XLS and the Citation X, the Sovereign falls in the Super Midsize Jet class and offers many impressive features. The Citation Sovereign was designed to offer exceptional overall performance, while also providing unrivaled comfort and amenities for … Continue reading Meet the Citation Sovereign

Cheers for the Citation Bravo

The Cessna Citation Bravo was certified as an upgrade to the best-selling Citation II. With a number of improved features, this light jet is a favorite among customers looking for convenience and comfort. The Citation Bravo has a long range when compared to other light jets, able to travel 1484 statute miles non-stop, easily flying … Continue reading Cheers for the Citation Bravo

Expect More from the Citation Encore

The Cessna Citation Encore is a very popular light jet, introduced as an upgrade to the beloved Citation Ultra. The Encore is known for its superior cabin comforts, lower operating costs and longer range than competing lights jets. Upgraded with Pratt & Whitney Canada PW535A engines, the Encore has an impressive range of 1600 statute … Continue reading Expect More from the Citation Encore

Say Hello to the Citation Jet 3

The Cessna Citation Jet 3 was flown for the first time in 2003 as an upgrade to already popular Citation Jet 2. It is the sixth generation of the popular Citation Jet series. With a number of enhancements, this light jet is extremely popular amongst private fliers looking for an economical, reliable and high-performing aircraft. … Continue reading Say Hello to the Citation Jet 3

Citation V: Performance, Baggage, Seating

A favorite in the light jet and Cessna family, the Citation V ismodeled after the Citation SII with improved features such as a longer fuselage, more powerful engines and increased cabin and baggage space. When it comes to light jets, the Citation V is known for its reliability, performance and cabin accommodations. This jet is … Continue reading Citation V: Performance, Baggage, Seating

The Citation CJ4: An Elite Light Jet

The Cessna Citation Jet 4 is a light jet, taking its first flight in May of 2008.  According to Cessna, “the CJ4 has added speed, range and cabin size over its predecessor (Citation Jet 3) without incurring midsize jet operating costs.” While both the CJ2 and CJ3 will remain in production and available for charter, … Continue reading The Citation CJ4: An Elite Light Jet

Land Closer to Your Destination in the Citation Jet 2

Cessna’s Citation Jet 2 was flown for the first time in 2000 as anupgrade to beloved Citation Jet 1. It is the second model in theCitation Jet line. With a number of enhancements, this light jet is a perfect choice for private fliers looking for an aircraft withversatility, high-performance, and lower operating costs. The Citation … Continue reading Land Closer to Your Destination in the Citation Jet 2

If the Need is Speed, Look to Citation X

Loyal Citation customers sought increased baggage capacity, longer range and more speed at a time when Lear jets were the champions of speed and range but were limited on cabin size and baggage area. Cessna needed to develop something bold for their loyal following. Using the same fuselage diameter as their popular Citation VII (5’6″ … Continue reading If the Need is Speed, Look to Citation X