The CJ2 is extremely easy to fly and can be single-pilot operated. The Citation line was designed for forward-thinking businessmen that would fly their own private jets to and from business meetings, resulting in several automated systems and a simple avionics system.
The cabin typically holds six passengers and has a total volume of 243 cubic feet. Its three baggage compartments can carry a total of 1,100 pounds of luggage, all but 100 of which can be stored externally for a less cramped cabin. The cabin is 50 cubic feet larger than the cabin of the CJ1, allowing for an additional seat.
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At centraljetcharter.com/citation-2.html Can be chartered for $3,000 an hour and up! The CJ2 maintains the tradition of the private jet Citation line: economy, simplicity, and performance. Its operating costs are just as low as the original Citation Jet, but it offers a lot more range and a faster cruise speed.
The range of the Citation CJ2 is 1,511 nm operating under NBAA IFR 4 passengers with available fuel. The cabin volume for the Citation CJ2 is 248 cubic feet. Typical configuration features 7 passenger and 1 crew seats.
When Cessna redesigned their popular CJ1 private jet, known for its low operating costs and high performance, the result was the CJ2: bigger, faster, and better.