Cessna Citation X For Sale
History of the Cessna Citation X
The Cessna Citation X was the inaugural jet in the new 750 series, which took over from the 650s. In July 1996, Cessna delivered the first Citation X off the production line to the US golfer, Arnold Palmer. A later version, the New Citation X, launched in 2010, with upgraded engines and avionics suite.
Thinking of buying a Cessna Citation X? Read the specifications below.
The Citation X’s cabin has a total volume of 593 cubic feet. Its length is 23.9ft, width 5.5ft and it has a standing height of 5.7ft. The standard seating is for eight passengers and two crew, although it can be reconfigured to fit a maximum of 11. The external baggage store holds a total of 82 cubic feet.
The cockpit is fitted with the Honeywell Primus 2000 avionics suite. This comes with seven eight-inch screens, dual flight management system and Honeywell GPS.
The Citation X is powered by two Rolls-Royce AE3007C engines, giving the jet 6,764lbs of thrust from each one. It has a long-range speed of 470kts and a maximum of 514kts, and a maximum operating altitude of 51,000ft.