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1992 Citation II 1/4 share for sale.  

Eight (8) passenger interior featuring Seven (7) main cabin fully reclining seats and Aft Enclosed Bathroom with Flushing (1) belted Lav seat.

 

HIGHLIGHTS 

  • ASK : $325,000.00 USD Immediately Available

  • Single Pilot Certified

  • RVSM Certified

  • Miami Based

  • Full 91 Management Included

  • ​Operations:  US, Caribbean, Latin America, Mexico, Canada

  • $200K Reserves on Account

  • Cessna Pro Parts: 100% Parts Replacement Program

  • JSSI Engine Protection Program:  100% Coverage Engine and Overhauls.

  • 75 Hours of Utilization Annually

PERFORMANCE 

            Runway:  3600 feet

            Cruise: 360 Knots 

            Ceiling: 43000 feet

            Range Max:  1500 nm (2 passengers)

            Fuel Burn:     170 GPH High Speed Cruise

                                   153 GPH Long Range Cruise

OPERATIONAL COSTS

            Fuel:  170 GPH @ $3.25 gal   $560.00 Hour

            Landing Fees: Estimated  $ 50.00 per landing

            Hanger Overnight: Estimated $200.00

            Ramp Overnight: Estimated $ 75.00 

BRIEF

 

The Citation is most favored for its straightforward design.  This feature is best enjoyed in the cockpit, which Business and Commercial Aviation magazine called the “best human factored cockpit in general aviation” upon the Citation II’s release.

 

The cockpit boasts 340 degrees visibility and simple controls for vital systems like fuel and de-icing.  The Citation II can be configured to be flown by a single pilot, reducing travel/operating costs and allowing for more flexibility in flight planning.

The Citation II has very good handling characteristics, due largely to its engineers’ decision to use the straight wing design.  Not only does this make the jet less susceptible to Dutch rolls caused by strong gusts, but it also increases the ratio of lift per increment of angle-of-attack, which makes for effortless takeoffs and landings.

 

Just because the Citation II’s systems are simple does not mean that they are not safe.  The Citation II is certified under FAR part 25 airworthiness standards – these standards are mandatory for big airliners like the Boeing 747.

The Citation series was a radical change for the better in the private jet industry.  It was so influential that the president of Cessna was awarded the Collier Trophy, a national award that recognizes major achievements in the advancement of aviation.

In short, the Citation II did not just beat the competition, it changed the way private jets compete.  For its flexibility and economy this is an attractive option.