With its longer cabin, advanced avionics and systems, 2,002 nm range and 425-knot cruise speed, the CJ4 delivers what other light jets can't.

That, along with the rock-solid reputation of Cessna and the CJ family behind it, is the recipe for success in any market condition.

Cessna engineers realized that the new engine also provided an opportunity to improve the aerodynamic efficiency of the Citation 500 series, and the Citation Jet — later shortened to just CJ — was born.

The CJ had a cabin and cockpit very similar in size and shape to the original Citation 500, but it flew on an all-new wing that achieved a significant amount of laminar flow.

The CJ4 cabin is about two feet longer than the CJ3's, with most of the stretch being ahead of the cabin door.


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