Citation Latitude Private Jet Charter

Cessna's Citation Latitude jet sports a contemporary cabin, built for comfort.

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Citation Latitude Private Jet Charter Flights and Prices

Cessna's Citation Latitude jet sports a contemporary cabin, built for comfort.

The average hourly rental rate of the Citation Latitude is around 5,800 USD per hour.

Aircraft Size

Aircraft sizeEnglishMetric
Length62.24 ft18.96 m
Wing Span72.34 ft22.04 m
Height20.94 ft6.38 m
Bag. Capacity127 ft³3.6 m³

Cabin Size

Cabin sizeEnglishMetric
Length21.16 ft 6.44 m
Width6.4 ft 1.96 m
Height6 ft 1.84 m
Area656.84 ft³ 18.6 m³

Aircraft Seats

Max Seating9
Typical Seating9

Average Prices

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Hourly rate5,800 USD/hour5,800 EUR/hour

Performance Specifications

IFR Range2700 nm5000 km
Cruise Speed442 KTAS819 km/h
Certified Ceiling45000 ft13716 m
Rate of Climb1870 ft/m570 m/m
Takeoff Distance3900 ft1189 m
Landing Distance3901 ft1189 m
Max Takeoff Weight30800 lbs13971 kg
Max Landing Weight27575 lbs12508 kg
Useful Weight11394 lbs5168 kg
Payload with Full Fuel1000 lbs454 kg

More about the Citation Latitude

The Citation Latitude was unveiled in 2011 at the NBAA conference with the goal of providing a super-midsize option that would take the best features of the Sovereign, and improve upon the avionics and cabin amenities. The Latitude shares many of the design features of the Sovereign line, including the wings, engines, and most systems, but developed a new aluminum alloy fuselage instead of composites, to increase structural efficiency.

It is Cessna’s first aircraft to offer a flat floor standup cabin, with seating up to nine. It is the quietest Citation yet, offering the lowest cabin altitude of 6,000 feet at FL450. Cessna claims that as a result of the increased performance combined with the newest technological advancements, operating costs are 20% lower than competing aircraft. The first flight of the Citation Latitude was in February 2014 with many operators quickly adding this aircraft to their fleet due to the positive feedback regarding the cabin, aerodynamics, and performance.

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Key Features of the Citation Latitude

An Interior Built with Comfort in Mind

The Citation Latitude is usually configured to accommodate six passengers in comfortable, sleek chairs with either an additional single-side chair or a double side-facing couch, for a maximum passenger capacity of nine. The luxurious, roomy cabin measures 21 feet in length, stretches 6.4 feet in width and reaches 6 feet in height. With 127 cubic feet of available baggage capacity capable of accommodating 1,245 pounds of luggage, this private business jet offers plenty of storage for all of you and your clients’ carry-on needs.

The Citation Latitude utilizes a fly-by-wire system, with physical cables and pushrods controlling the ailerons, rudder, and elevator. A mechanical linkage system is incorporated into the controls for the ailerons, adjusting aileron power to be roughly the same even at higher speeds.

The six individual seats have a 180-degree swivel allowing passengers the ability to face each other.

The Citation Latitude boasts a 6-foot tall, 6.5-foot wide, and 21-foot long cabin, which was built for comfort. The Latitude has the largest width of any previous Citation. You immediately become aware of the interior space when stepping onboard through the main entrance door at 65 inches tall and 31 inches wide, as it is the largest ever fitted to a Citation. Behind the cockpit bulkhead, is a refreshment center that contains hot and cold beverage containers, an ice drawer, tableware, and catering storage compartments, along with an optional microwave oven. A narrow closet on the right side completes the forward section of the cabin.

Both the Latitude and the Sovereign share the same 620 cubic feet of cabin volume, but the Latitude’s flat floor design gives it the feel of a larger cabin. Standard seating includes six individual chairs and a two-seat side facing divan in the forward cabin with a fold-down center armrest. The six individual seats have a 180-degree swivel allowing passengers the ability to face each other, along with foldout worktables that fit flush to sidewall rails increasing effective workspace, which is especially beneficial when conducting a business meeting on board. Pairs of facing chairs also recline into fully flat berths if desired.

Cabin windows are 25% larger than in previous Citations. For those customers with allergy concerns, the Latitude is the first Citation equipped with a cabin Hepa filter, capturing small particles and allowing for cleaner, fresher air.

Upon settling into your seat for the flight, you will find that the cabin windows are 25% larger than in previous Citations. The windows contain a manually operated pleated window shade with two options, one providing light attenuation, and the other opacity. Cessna also developed the Clarity Cabin Management System, which connects to Latitude’s advanced avionics center to provide internet and entertainment options to passengers through seat-mounted, touchscreen displays. It also allows clients to adjust lights and cabin temperature without ever having to leave their seats. Additionally, each seat comes equipped with a USB power outlet, while each pair of facing chairs has a single 117-volt AC outlet. For those customers with allergy concerns, the Latitude is the first Citation equipped with a cabin Hepa filter, capturing small particles and allowing for cleaner, fresher air.

Finally, as you make your way to the rear of the cabin, you will find a side-facing lavatory seat that is certified for full-time occupancy. The aft lavatory is the largest ever fitted to a Citation. Next to the lavatory is a storage closet for small personal items. The rear baggage compartment also contains 100 cubic feet of storage, the same as the Sovereign.

Capabilities of the Citation Latitude

The Citation Latitude comes equipped with two Pratt & Whitney PW306D1 full authority digital engine control (FADEC) turbofan engines. These powerful engines are rated at 5,907 pounds of thrust each, allowing for the Citation Latitude’s impressive performance. This private business jet requires only 3,580 feet of runway to take off and 2,480 feet of runway to land on a standard day. The Citation Latitude is capable of climbing to 43,000 feet in just 26 minutes. The Citation Latitude features an impressive transcontinental range of 2,850 nautical miles and a maximum certified operating altitude of 45,000 feet. This private jet features a maximum high cruise speed of 446 knots for a swift flight to your business destination.

The Cessna Corporation selected the Garmin 5000 avionics suite for the Citation Latitude. Three 14-inch touchscreen liquid crystal display screens can serve interchangeably as primary flight displays (PFDs) or multifunction displays (MFDs) but are commonly set up in a multi-pane configuration, where the middle pedestal acts as the MFD, and the remaining two displays function as the PFDs. This advanced avionics suite utilizes Garmin’s Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT), which provides a virtual reality perspective of obstacles, traffic, and terrain even in Instrument Flight Rule (IFR) or nighttime Visual Flight Rule (VFR) conditions. Components of the Garmin 5000 avionics suite include an automatic flight control system, integrated avionics units, a weather radar, Attitude Heading Reference Systems (AHRS), flight management systems, a Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS), distance measuring equipment, Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS II), an emergency locator transmitter, a radio altimeter, a cockpit voice recorder, transponders with ADS-B Out capability, standby instrumentation, and maintenance diagnostic capabilities.

Phenomenal Performance on Transcontinental Flights

One improvement Cessna designed on the Latitude was improved aerodynamics that will reduce drag and cockpit noise. The Latitude doesn’t have winglets, but rather “swooplets”, the same as the Sovereign. These “swooplets” provide the same aerodynamic edge that winglets provide but with less weight. Cessna also kept the fly-by-wire system for the flight controls, which has been a simple and proven system as it reduces weight over conventional cable and pulley systems.

From improved performance and aerodynamics to the larger size of the cabin and in-flight amenities, those who travel on the Latitude will undoubtedly be satisfied with all the aircraft has to offer.

Sources – June 2015- Cessna Citation Latitude versus…the World? – Pilot report: Latitude livens up the Citation Lineup – Citation Latitude Certified – AOPA