Information and Specifications

Citation X

Description: The Cessna Citation X is a medium size business jet aircraft. The Citation X is powered by two Rolls-Royce turbofan engines and is built by the Cessna Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas. When the Citation X was announced, the Citation 650 series, the "family" at the top of the product line, which includes the Citations III, VI, and VII, was eight years old. In 1990, Cessna made a proposition for an improved 650 model to their Customer Advisory Council. The council was interested in some new elements such as increased speed and a pressurized baggage compartment. This pushed Cessna toward the Citation X program, which became the new 750 series. The Citation X is claimed to be the fastest business aircraft in production at Mach .935
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Print Specs
Exterior Height: 19 ft 3 in Exterior Width (Wingspan): 69 ft 2 in Exterior Length: 73 ft 7 in
Cabin Height: 5 ft 7 in Cabin Width: 5 ft 5 in Cabin Length: 23 ft 9 in
Cabin Volume: 538 Door Height: N/A Door Width: N/A
Baggage Internal: 0 Baggage External: 82  
Crew: 2 Passengers: 8  
Operating Weights
Max T/O Weight: 36100 Max Landing Weight: 31800 Operating Weight: 22025
Empty Weight: N/A Fuel Capacity: 12931 lbs Useful Load: N/A
Payload with Full Fuel: 1444 Payload Max: 2375  
Normal Range: 2890 Max Range: 3125 Service Ceiling: 51000
Takeoff Distance: 5280 Landing Distance: 4693  
Balanced Field Length: 5480    
Climb Rate All Engines: 3650 Climb Rate One Engine Inop: 1120 Max Cruise Speed: 525
Normal Cruise Speed: 525 Normal Cruise Speed (Long Range): 470  
(2) Rolls Royce AE 3007C1
Cost Per Hour: 3,953.99
(Estimate only; specific cost based on several factors)
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