Cessna

Are you up in the air about your favorite aviation story of 2016? Fortunately, there are hundreds of thousands of other readers just like you who have already voted with their clicks. Here, we have...
The National Business Aviation Association’s (NBAA) Business Aviation Convention and Annual Expo (BACE) may possibly be the most boring title for one of the coolest trade shows on earth. The annual...
Gulfstream is showing off a new and improved cabin for the G600. Dassault Falcon is preparing to deliver the 8X. Bombardier continues to develop the Global 7000. And Cessna has kept the Citation...
Dassault Falcon and other manufacturers will customize your aircraft’s livery; independent operations such as New Jersey-based Scheme Designers, Duncan Aviation in Lincoln, Neb., and Happy Design...
The first midsize Cessna Citation Latitude business jet ($16.25 million) joins the NetJets fleet, raising the bar for fractional aviation travel by offering passengers large-cabin amenities for a...
Robb Report ’s June “Best of the Best” issue is on newsstands now! Here are the best business jets for 2016 in each of nine categories: Large-cabin ultralong range, ultralong range, super large,...
“Cabin comfort is often overlooked by the ‘experts,’ but not by the customer. The Sovereign+ leads the way in terms of cabin comfort and is a workhorse in both the charter and fractional arenas.” —...
“This is a great overall aircraft, with a very good cabin and exceptional runway performance. It is great for north–south trips from runways that are inaccessible to many of its competitors.” — Kevin...
“One of the best decisions Cessna has made was to bring the CJ1+ back to life as the M2. This is by far one of the best entry-level jets on the market.” — William Quinn Jr. “A derivative of a legacy...
Cessna is taking aim at its competitors with an all-new, globe-trotting, large-cabin corporate jet called the Hemisphere . The stand-up cabin, with a diameter of 8.5 feet—the widest in its class—will...
For many, the epitome of luxury is the ability to jet set around the globe on a moment’s notice—without the crowds and claustrophobic seating. For those who want to break new ground in the travel...
Cessna Aircraft Company, a subsidiary of Textron Aviation, has begun deliveries of its new super-midsize jet, the Cessna Citation Latitude . The airplane borrows its wings and engines from the Cessna...
These business aircraft have been selected by the Robb Report Private Aviation Advisory Board as the top models currently in service and in production. They are categorized according to their size...
FREE PREVIEW: The Cessna Citation M2 is among Robb Report’s 2015 Best of the Best selections.
When the eight-seat Cessna Citation M2 arrived on the market in late 2013, its target audience...
The additional routes include flights between Los Angeles and New York and Santa Monica, Calif., and Seattle.
The Cessna Citation CJ3+ is latest jet upgrade from the Wichita, Kan., manufacturer’s stable of business jets to win approval from the Federal Aviation Administration, which it did in early in...
Thierry Pouille, founder and president of Air Journey , recently returned from his fourth trip around the world, leading a group of 21 pilots in five private aircraft.
In June, the Cessna Aircraft Company delivered its first new Citation X+ jet, reclaiming its position as the producer of the world’s fastest civil aircraft.
Cessna Aircraft has been busy so far this year working on a number of upgrades and adding new models in its jet fleet.
At least one item to be offered at Barrett-Jackson’s 43rd annual car auction in Scottsdale, Ariz., taking place January 12 to 19, will not have four wheels. The auction will include a restored 1958...
The Cessna Citation sovereign has always defied classification. Its coast-to-coast range, 12-passenger seating capacity, and 500-plus mph cruising speed can place it in the super midsize category...
The Cessna Citation CJ4 (316.517.6056, www.cessna.com ) entered service in late 2010 as an addition to the Wichita, Kan., manufacturer’s Citation CJ line. At nearly $9 million, the CJ4 is about $1...
At sea level, the Cessna Citation XLS+ (316.517.6056, www.cessna.com ) can take off from a runway as short as 3,650 feet and reach cruising altitude in just 15 minutes. Those performance numbers are...
The Cessna Citation Sovereign (316.517.6056, www.cessna.com ) is a bit of an enigma. Its price ($17.9 million), low fuel consumption (247 gallons per flight hour), and runway performance (it can take...
Cessna’s Citation business jets have long been lauded for their speed, reliability, and performance, but they also have been criticized for their cramped cabins. The company has addressed this...
Last year, Cessna began deliveries of its newest jet, the Cita­tion CJ4. However, because this new $8.9 million model is untested in the market, members of the Robb Report Private Aviation Advisory...
The most remarkable feature of the Cessna Citation Sovereign ( 316.517.6056, www.cessna.com ) is its versatility. It can take off from a runway that is only 3,640 feet long, thanks to its power-to-...
2010 marked the 25th production year of the Caravan, Cessna’s rugged propeller-driven workhorse, which can be equipped with pontoons for amphibious takeoff and landing. The Caravan’s single 675 hp...
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...

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