Citation II

The Cessna Citation II is a light business jet aircraft designed and manufactured by Cessna. It was the first of the Cessna 500 Citation family and was produced from 1978 to 1994. The Citation II is known for its efficient performance, spacious cabin, and reliability.

The Citation II features two Pratt & Whitney JT15D-4 engines, which provide a maximum cruise speed of 374 knots and a maximum range of 1,900 nautical miles. It has a service ceiling of 43,000 feet and can take off from runways as short as 3,560 feet.

The cabin of the Citation II is spacious and comfortable, with seating for up to nine passengers. The interior is typically configured with a club seating arrangement, with two forward-facing seats at the front and two aft-facing seats at the rear, along with a four-seat centre club section. The cabin also features a refreshment centre and a private lavatory.

The cockpit of the Citation II features modern avionics and a Collins Pro Line 4 electronic flight display system, which includes an autopilot and a weather radar system. The aircraft also features advanced safety systems, such as a Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) and a Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS).

Overall, the Citation II is a popular choice among business jet operators, offering efficient performance, spacious cabin, and advanced avionics in a reliable and proven aircraft design.

RANGE:1220 miles

Passenger interior cabin dimensions:

CABIN WIDTH: 4.8 feet

CABIN HEIGHT: 4.7 feet

CABIN LENGTH: 15.75 feet