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Cessna Citation X

timing is everything — get there first

The Citation X is the fastest civilian aircraft in the sky, cruising just shy of the sound barrier at Mach .92. To date, Citation Xs have flown the equivalent of four trips to the sun. They've taken off and landed approximately 1 million times. And every day, their average duration in the air is the highest in the entire Citation fleet. Clearly, the X has earned its distinction as one of business aviation's busiest, best and all-time favorite aircraft. The wings of the Citation X are swept back 37 degrees, more than any other business jet. Yet, it still provides exceptional stability at slower speeds for superior runway performance. While the unique wing produces significantly less drag, it also further improves the aircraft's surprisingly conservative fuel consumption. The Citation X cabin supports a variety of configurations most typically represented by 8-passenger double-club seating with a right hand forward refreshment center. A centerline closet will handle multiple bags and coats, while the aft lavatory provides both privacy and numerous storage compartments. A pressurized, heated baggage compartment with 82 cubic feet (2.32 m3) capacity is located in the tail cone. Bring all the baggage you need and still keep your cabin clutter-free. The tailcone storage compartment is heated, pressurized and large enough to hold a minivan-load of luggage.

Cessna Citation X
jet distance
06 h 00 min
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950 km/h
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1.73 m
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1.68 m
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PAX (Passengers)

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06 h 00 min
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Flight Duration: 06 hours

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