Cessna Citation II 

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Cessna Citation II Specifications

Pilots

2

Passengers

10

Range

1,998

(NM)
lavatory

Yes

Cabin Width

4'8"

Cabin Length

15'8"

Cabin Height

4'8"

Cruise Speed

464

(mph)

The Cessna Citation II was designed  in the late 1970's, and ultimately the Bravo began its operations in 1995. This workhorse of the Citation family is leaned on heavily for government and military utilization around the globe. 

The the ability to seat 10 passengers, this light jet offers midsize comfort. with average operating costs of $2,500 an hour, the Bravo could be a great option for your next extended family getaway.

As with most light jets, these could be a good fit based on your group size, distance you are travelling, and budget.  We will always dive a little deeper to help determine which aircraft is best suited for your needs.  Need space for large luggage?   Looking to travel a flight attendant?   Looking for a fully enclosed lavatory?  We will help you navigate the differences in each aircraft so that you make the best decision for your upcoming trip.

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