Cessna Citation CJ2
Cessna Citation CJ2. A photo. Salon. Characteristics.

Cessna Citation CJ2

Cessna 525A Citation CJ2 - administrative aircraft (jet light plane for small businesses), which was developed by the American firm CessnaAircraftCompany. Design CitationCJ2 began in May 1998, and the assembly of the prototype started in August 1998. The new model was officially unveiled at the conference, NBAA, which prohodilap in Las Vegas 18.10.1998.

Cessna Citation CJ2 photo salon

Cessna Citation CJ2 photo salon

Cessna in November 1998 tested the motor FJ442C on a modified CessnaCitationS / II, and the new RockwellCollinsProLine21, which flew Citation Jet more than 300 hours. The prototype CJ2 took off 26.04.1999, still unpainted. Then ground tests were performed for vibration. The second aircraft, which was aligned with the industry standard, completed 15.10.1999. It was designed to test the autopilot. By November, the 1999 data two aircraft flew more than 400 hours. This aircraft was certified in May 2000, and the first deliveries began with the 2001.

Cessna Citation CJ2 was presented by Cessna as "a faster, larger version of CitationJet, designed specifically for the needs of a large market." The main advantages of this model are “high cruising speed, spacious cockpit, increased flight range, and the latest technologies in the field of aviation. It is also important that such properties as reliability and ease of use have been preserved”.

Cessna Citation CJ2 cockpit

Cessna Citation CJ2 cockpit

The main differences from Citation Jet1:

  • longer cabin (increased by 89cm) and tail fairing (43cm). There are six windows on each side.
  • larger wingspan (more on 90 cm)
  • tailplane on 15 percent increase in volume and is inclined to 15 degree
  • WilliamsRollsFJ442C new engine provides traction on 21 percent more compared to FJ441A on CitationJet
  • CollinsProLine21 avionics with two liquid crystal active displays.

The characteristics of the aircraft Cessna CJ2:

  • Range: 2990km

  • Cruising speed: 774 km / h

  • The highest altitude: 13716 m

  • The highest take-off weight: 5670kg

  • The greatest number of passengers: 9

  • interior length: 4.15m

  • The width of the passenger compartment: 1.47m

  • Cabin height: 1.45m

  • The volume of the passenger compartment: 7.02kub.m

  • Length: 14.53m

  • Height: 4.27m

  • Wingspan: 15.19

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