The Hemisphere will be the largest in a Citation sub-family of stand-up-cabin biz-jets that also includes the Latitude, which achieved FAA certification in June, and the Longitude, the program of which Textron Aviation provided an update for at yesterday's briefing as well.

As economies around the work faltered, so did the business jet market, and it came as little surprise that the Columbus was officially cancelled in 2009.Later, in 2012, Cessna would introduce the Longitude.

The Citation Hemisphere Private Jet start’s at $4,500 per hour and up. The Citation Hemisphere Private Jet.

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