Citation CJ1 Private Jet Charter
Citation CJ1 Private Jet Charter Flights and Prices
The Cessna Citation Jet I, an improvement on the original Citation Jet, provided upgrades in maximum takeoff weight and avionics. Featuring a short minimum runway, the Citation Jet I is able to access a greater number of airports than many of its competitors amongst the class.
The average hourly rental rate of the Citation CJ1 is around 2,250 USD per hour.
|Length||42.60 ft||12.98 m|
|Wing Span||46.80 ft||14.26 m|
|Height||45.28 ft||13.80 m|
|Bag. Capacity||55 ft³||2 m³|
|Length||11.00 ft||3.35 m|
|Width||4.80 ft||1.46 m|
|Height||4.70 ft||1.43 m|
|Area||186 ft³||5 m³|
|Charter Rate||2,250 USD/hour||2,250 EUR/hour|
|IFR Range||1,121 nm||2,076 km|
|Cruise Speed||377 KTAS||698 km/h|
|Certified Ceiling||41,000 ft||12,497 m|
|Rate of Climb||3,290 ft/m||1,003 m/m|
|Takeoff Distance||3,280 ft||1,000 m|
|Landing Distance||2,484 ft||757 m|
|Max Takeoff Weight||10,600 lbs||4,808 kg|
|Max Landing Weight||9,800 lbs||4,445 kg|
|Useful Weight||3,830 lbs||1,737 kg|
|Payload with Full Fuel||610 lbs||277 kg|
More about the Citation CJ1
The Citation CJ1 jet is a part of the second generation of the Citation jet series. This private jet utilized a natural laminar flow wing design, allowing for an increase in the lift to drag ratio and improved performance. With modifications to the payload and fuel capacity, the Citation CJ1 offers an increase in airspeed when compared to its predecessor and better payload/range flexibility, providing more flight planning options.
Key Features of the Citation CJ1
The Citation CJ1 is usually configured to accommodate 5 passengers. The cabin door is fitted with a double seal fastener, which helps with the reduction of cabin noise. The cabin of the Citation CJ1 stretches to 11 feet in length, 4.8 feet in width, and 4.7 feet in height. The Citation CJ1 features full-length dropped aisles, which yield a spacious, roomy environment. With three baggage compartments and 55 cubic feet of baggage capacity available, the Citation CJ1 is more than capable of accommodating any luggage you or your clients bring. Twelve windows surround the cabin, allowing for a breathtaking view en route to your destination or a light atmosphere to get some work done while in transit.
Capabilities of the Citation CJ1
The Cessna Citation CJ1 is equipped with two Williams Rolls-Royce FJ44-1A turbofans. Each engine is rated for 1,900 pounds of thrust, giving the Citation CJ1 impressive take off and climb performance. On the fuel efficient front, this aircraft burns an average of 134 gallons of fuel per hour, making it an attractive economic option. The Citation CJ1 was designed to operate out of airports with short runways. At sea level, the Citation CJ1 only needs 3,080 feet of runway to take off. Even at 5,000 feet of elevation, this private jet maintains its impressive performance and only requires 5,710 feet of runway. The Citation CJ1 is capable of maintaining its long range cruise speed of 329 knots at its maximum service ceiling of 41,000 feet. At altitudes as high as 35,000 feet, this private jet can comfortably maintain its high-speed cruise speed of 377 knots. With a range of over 1,100 nautical miles, the Cessna Citation CJ1 is capable of reaching many destinations.
The Citation CJ1 comes equipped with the advanced Pro Line 21 avionics package, complete with three 10 inch by 8 inch flat panel LCD screens capable of operating as Primary Flight Displays and Multi Function Displays. Other systems featured in this avionics suite include Single FMS-3000 coupled with VNAV and RNP 0.3 capability, Pro Line 21 CNS radios, a Single Automatic Direction Finder (ADF), an electronic chart database, an XM Broadcast weather, an Integrated Flight Information System (IFIS), RTU-4220 radio tuning units, a Flight Management System (FMS), a File Server Unit (FSU) with enhanced map overlays, a solid state weather radar, and a Maintenance Diagnostic System (MDS). This private jet is the first in its class to come equipped with this sophisticated avionics technology package. This avionics system is simple enough to allow for single pilot operations for greater flexibility in flight operation planning while reducing operating expenses.
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