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Cessna Citation CJ1+

This successor to the CJ1 launched in 2005. New Williams jet engines boost fuel efficiency and climb performance, and extra payload extends the range. The cabin features a recessed full-length aisle and foldaway work tables. The seats are on tracks that allow them to be repositioned forward, backward, or sideways. New integrated Collins Pro Line avionics and electronic engine controls ease pilot workload while enhancing situational awareness. Passengers have plenty of baggage space, with two external compartments that hold a total of 725 pounds, plus one internal baggage area.

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