Citation Latitude

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Midsize Jets
Cessna - By Textron Aviation
Estimated Hourly Cost
Take-Off Distance
3,580 ft / 1,091 m
Landing Distance
2,480 ft / 756 m
2,700 nm / 3,107 mi / 5,000 km
Max Cruise Speed
446 kt / 513 mph / 826 km/h
Cruising Altitude
45,000 ft / 13,716 m
Cabin Altitude
5,950 ft / 1,814 m
Cabin Height
6 ft / 1.8 m
Cabin Width
6 ft 4 in / 1.96 m
Cabin Length
21 ft 9 in / 6.6 m
Baggage Capacity
127 cu ft / 3.6 cu m

Requested Routes

McCarran / Harry Reid International Airport, Las Vegas, NV (LAS / KLAS) to Tampa International Airport, Tampa, FL (TPA / KTPA)

London Luton Airport, London, United Kingdom (LTN / EGGW) to Mykonos Airport, Mikonos, Greece (JMK / LGMK)

San Diego International Airport, San Diego, CA (SAN / KSAN) to Flying Cloud Airport, Eden Prairie (Minneapolis), MN (FCM / KFCM)

A bonfire hit, the Cessna Citation Latitude has been the world’s most-delivered midsize business jet for four consecutive years. In 2020, it surpassed 320,000 hours of fleet service. The Latitude project was announced at the NBAA convention in 2011 and the first prototype flew three years later, in 2014. The Latitude was certified by the FAA a year later. Three months later, deliveries began with its first going to a client in Japan. The Citation Latitude features a clean sheet design that is one of 13 commercial turbine aircraft built by Textron that are capable of operating on sustainable aviation fuel. Textron Aviation has embraced the usage of biofuel-related power as clients seek to reduce the environmental footprint of their private jet travel. Furthermore, Textron used the Latitude’s fuselage to expand upon and develop its big brother, the larger and longer range Super Midsize Jet, Citation Longitude years later.

The Latitude is packed with amenities providing the most elevated and opulent experience available. The outfitter technology will increase your productivity and comfort, starting with the electronic cabin door, it is extremely large and sturdy however entering and exiting the aircraft is a breeze.Once inside you’ll notice a two person side-facing divan or a large galley depending on configuration. The cabin stands at 6 feet high and 6 feet 4 inches wide with almost 22 feet in length. The Latitude has an impressive 30 inches of legroom and its lie-flat (fully-berthing) seats are completely articulating and may be configured in a variety of ways. A flat-floor design allows passengers to move about the cabin with ease. Throughout the cabin, ten large, strategically positioned windows generously supply natural light and spectacular views of the world below. Cessna has enabled passengers on the Latitude to maintain connectivity during the trip. Thanks to a state-of-the-art cabin management system passengers can control almost everything in the cabin from the comfort of their own seat. You can also connect your phone or tablet to the wireless cabin management is included, enabling access to digital material, moving maps, and satellite radio.The cabin’s low altitude of 5,950 feet assists passengers and crew to remain refreshed throughout the entire flight.  A wide and adaptable lavatory is located at the back of the cabin, featuring a solid door for additional privacy. Cessna claims the rear lavatory is 60% bigger than the nearest rival and describes the lavatory as “extraordinarily big.” The luggage compartment is located behind the toilet. The baggage compartment holds up to 1,000 pounds of luggage and features integrated stairs for easier loading. Unfortunately, the exterior baggage compartment is not accessible during flight but you can utilize the smaller, in-cabin storage.

The Latitude is powered by two impressive Pratt & Whitney Canada PW306D1 rear-mounted engines. Each engine is capable of providing a maximum thrust of 5,907 lbs. Thanks in part to its powerful engines, the Latitude is capable of taking off with a runway length of only 3,580 feet. The landing distance is 2,480 feet long. The aircraft can fly at a top speed of 446 knots and a maximum altitude of 45,000 feet. The Latitude has a range of 2,700 nautical miles without refueling. The Latitude weighs 18,656 lbs when empty and 12,394 lbs when loaded. The Maximum Take-Off Weight (MTOW) of the aircraft is 30,800 pounds.

The Latitude’s cockpit is quintessentially Cessna, elegant and refined. Equipped with four full-color touchscreen screens and powered by Garmin G5000 avionics. Garmin’s SVT synthetic vision technology is used on the primary flight displays (PFD). Auto throttles that are fully integrated and the LinxUs on-board diagnostic system establish a new level for efficiency. Due to the cockpit’s similarities to the Sovereign+, pilots type-rated for the Sovereign+ are automatically type-rated for the Latitude.

With Citations proven and reliable record paired with clever innovation and class-leading performance and you have the best midsize jet ever developed by Textron. Featuring a large, flat floor and a 6-foot stand-up cabin. With its impressive range, you may fly non stop between many of your favorite destinations. Citation Latitude is the first aircraft in its class to push the envelope of luxury while maintaining connectivity and performance. A low cabin altitude keeps you refreshed, while the class-leading baggage compartment accommodates your bags regardless of whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure. CharterJets Inc. features the newest and highest safety rated Citation Latitudes available. Reach out today to discuss your upcoming travel!

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