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Cessna Citation CJ4 Makes European Debut at EBACE

The Continent's First Look At Cessna's Newest Bizjet

Cessna is giving Europe its first look at the Citation CJ4 at the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibit (EBACE), where Monday the company announced it expects to receive EASA certification for the airplane by the end of the year. FAA certification for the CJ4 was granted in March with the first customer delivery in April.


Cessna Citation CJ4

The Citation CJ4 is the newest and largest member of the popular CJ family of business jets consisting of the Citation CJ1+, CJ2+ and CJ3. The CJ4 is FAA-approved for single-pilot operations and shares a common pilot type rating with the other CJs. (A pilot rated to fly any one of the CJs is rated to fly them all.) Retail price in 2010 dollars for a typically equipped Citation CJ4 is $9 million.

The Citation CJ4 has a range of just over 2,000 nautical miles and a top speed of 453 knots – both numbers greater than originally announced in 2006. It has a takeoff roll of 3,130 feet at maximum takeoff weight and is capable of a direct climb to 45,000 feet in just 28 minutes.

The Citation CJ4 features a four-screen Collins Pro Line 21 avionics suite, new Williams FJ44-4A electronically controlled (FADEC) engines, and it debuts the Rockwell Collins Venue cabin management system.

Standard on the CJ4 are dual Mode S Diversity transponders with enhanced surveillance and ADS-B out capability, TCAS II, Class A TAWS, multi-scan weather radar, broadcast weather and a maintenance diagnostic system.

FMI: www.cessna.com

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