Citation X+

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Super Midsize Jets
Cessna - By Textron Aviation
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Take-Off Distance
5,250 ft / 1,600 m
Landing Distance
3,330 ft / 1,015 m
3,460 nm / 3,982 mi / 6,408 km
Max Cruise Speed
528 kt / 608 mph / 978 km/h
Cruising Altitude
51,000 ft / 15,545 m
Cabin Altitude
5,700 ft / 1,737 m
Cabin Height
5 ft 8 in / 1.73 m
Cabin Width
5 ft 6 in / 1.68 m
Cabin Length
25 ft 2 in / 7.67 m
Baggage Capacity
82 cu ft / 2.32 cu m

Requested Routes

Tocumen International Airport, Panamá, Panama (PTY / MPTO) to Rhode Island T. F. Green International Airport, Warwick, RI (PVD, KPVD)

Sarasota / Bradenton International Airport, Sarasota, FL (SRQ / KSRQ) to North Las Vegas Airport, Las Vegas, NV (VGT / KVGT)

Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, Anchorage, AK (ANC / PANC) to San Antonio International Airport, San Antonio, TX (SAT / KSAT)


CESSNA | C750 | CITATION X+ (2014-2018)
The Cessna Citation X is an American business jet manufactured by Cessna. It is a member of the Citation family and Cessna desired to enhance the Citation family’s image. The Citation models introduced in the 1970s were initially designed to be utilitarian. As a result, they proved to be significantly slower than the competing Learjet’s, unofficially known as “rockets”.  Cessna had to overcome the general perception of the Citation as a sluggish airplane, despite the fact that their jets finally caught up to the competition and the Citation X was their response. What a response it was, with a max speed of 0.925 mach! They even increased this with the reimagined Citation X+. The Citation X was announced at the NBAA convention in October 1990 and its first flight on December 21, 1993. After many delays, it finally received its type certificate on June 3, 1996, and was delivered for the first time in July of 1996 to legendary golfer, Arnold Palmer. They iconically went on to set a speed record together in September 1997 of 473 knots on a closed course of 3,107 miles!In 2010, Cessna initiated a major update of the aircraft, initially dubbed the Citation Ten, now X+, included upgraded engines and updated avionics with a heads-up display. The winglets available as an option on the Citation X became standard on the X+, and the cabin was stretched almost 15 inches to increase passenger comfort, as well as a few other things. With all of them combined, the X+ has increased its thrust, maximum payload, max cruise speed at multiple flight levels, max range at multiple altitudes, length, wing span, height, and maximum takeoff weight (MTOW). All while decreasing fuel consumption and overall drag. In June of 2014, the X+ received type certification and was immediately delivered to a commercial real estate developer in Orchard Park, NY and entered service. In 2018, Cessna announced it was ending production after delivering 338 total Citation X / X+ aircraft.

Citation X+’s cabin is 25 ft 2 in long, 5 ft 6 in wide, and 5 ft 8 in tall. The cabin, which is separated from the flight deck by folding cockpit doors. The enlarged cabin provides additional legroom for passengers in the forward club seats. The interior is equipped with 13 large oval-shaped windows that are tinted electronically. Each passenger seat is equipped with personal air outlets, an easily accessible LED work light, and fully articulating executive style chairs. The X+ cabin features storage areas and closets for briefcases, hand luggage, and laptop bags. The elegantly furnished galley features a microwave oven, drip brew coffee machine, ice drawer, and chiller, while the aft cabin features a completely enclosed lavatory with a solid door, vanity sink, and storage drawers.The cabin’s lighting plan includes general LED lighting, dropped aisle LED lighting, as well as entrance and emergency exit lights.  The Clarity interior technology package onboard the Citation X+ provides passengers with a touchscreen-based digital entertainment system. Passengers can use the panel on each side of the seat to attach their own gadgets so they can easily connect and stream their favorite shows or get back to work on that important presentation.

The Citation X+ is powered by two Rolls-Royce AE3007C2 turbofan engines with dual-channel FADEC management. Each engine produces 7,034 pounds of thrust at sea level for static take-off. On a typical day, this Super Midsize Jet requires just 5,250 feet of runway for takeoff and 3,330 feet for landing thanks to the incredible amount of thrust produced by these strong engines. The Citation X+ climbs at an amazing 4,117 feet per minute and reaches 47,000 feet in just 24 minutes. The Cessna Citation X+ boasts an amazing 3,460 nautical mile transcontinental range, providing several destination alternatives for you or your business. Additionally, the Citation X+ is the market’s fastest private business jet, capable of reaching 528 knots in max cruising mode. However, its max speed is MACH 0.935! With a strong tail wind it would be easy to go faster than the speed of sound. Mind blowing!At first glance, one of the most noticeable external difference between the advanced Citation X+ and the Citation X is the addition of winglets , which enable the aircraft to cruise more efficiently at higher altitudes and consume less fuel, while also improving takeoff and landing performance at higher altitudes or on hot days.

For the Citation X+, Cessna Corporation selected the Garmin 5000 avionics package. Three 14-inch WXGA high-resolution touchscreen landscape displays can be used alternately as Primary Flight Displays (PFDs) or multi-function displays (MFDs). The most often used screen layout is the multi-pane format, in which the central pedestal serves as the MFD and the remaining two displays serve as the PFDs. This modern avionics package incorporates Garmin’s Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT), which delivers a virtual reality perspective of objects, traffic, and terrain even while flying under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) or at night under Visual Flight Rules (VFR).The Garmin 5000 avionics suite is comprised of the following components: an attitude heading reference system (AHRS), distance measuring equipment, an automatic flight control system, flight management systems, integrated avionics units, Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS II), Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS), a weather radar, transponders with ADS-B Out capability, a radar altimeter, an emergency locator transmitter, a cockpit voice recorder, standby instrumentation, and maintenance diagnostics. All of this assists in providing a new level of safety not previously attainable.

Cessna, while a respected name in the industry, wanted to rid themselves of the sluggish reputation they had developed over the years and they certainly delivered with the Citation X and then again with this Citation X+. Almost everything about has been upgraded. With a longer cabin for increased comfort, as well as countless performance increases over its predecessor, the X+ will get you to your destination not only in comfort but quicker than any other aircraft on the market. Cessna has worked hard to maintain the number one spot on max speed and they have certainly earned it. CharterJets Inc. features the newest and highest safety rated Citation X+ available. Reach out today to discuss your upcoming travel!

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