Information and Specifications

Citation I/SP

Description: The Cessna 500 Citation I is a turbofan-powered small-sized business jet that was built by the Cessna Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas. The Citation line of business jets encompasses several distinct aircraft families, and the Citation I was the basis for the first of those. Like the Learjets, the Citation I required a crew of two. But since the Citation was intended to be marketed against twin turboprops, which can be flown by a single pilot, this restriction limited its intended market. Cessna's answer was the Model 501 Citation I/SP, with SP referring to its certified single-pilot capability. The aircraft was first delivered in early 1977, and a total of 312 aircraft were produced, before production ended in 1985.
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Exterior Height: 14 ft 4 in Exterior Width (Wingspan): 47 ft 1 in Exterior Length: 43 ft 6 in
Cabin Height: 4.3 Cabin Width: 4.9 Cabin Length: 12.7
Cabin Volume: 230 Door Height: 4.25 Door Width: 2
Baggage Internal: 40 Baggage External: 17  
Crew: 2 Passengers: 5  
Operating Weights
Max T/O Weight: 11850 Max Landing Weight: 11350 Operating Weight: 7400
Empty Weight: N/A Fuel Capacity: 3780 Useful Load: N/A
Payload with Full Fuel: 820 Payload Max: 2100  
Normal Range: 910 Max Range: 1020 Service Ceiling: 41000
Takeoff Distance: N/A Landing Distance: 3500  
Balanced Field Length: 3600    
Climb Rate All Engines: 2719 Climb Rate One Engine Inop: 826 Max Cruise Speed: 345
Normal Cruise Speed: 345 Normal Cruise Speed (Long Range): 310  
(2) Pratt & Whitney Canada JT15D-1A
Cost Per Hour: 2,238.08
(Estimate only; specific cost based on several factors)
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