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Cessna Citation Mustang

Cessna Aircraft Company

Class Entry level jet (VLJ)
ICAO C510
IATA CNJ
Max passengers 5
Typical Speed 629.68 km/h
340 kts
Range 2161 km
1167 nmi
Cabin height 1.37 m
Cabin width 1.4 m
Cabin length 2.97 m
Luggage volume 1.78 m³
The Cessna Citation Mustang can be described as an entry level business jet belonging to the extremely successful Citation series. The Mustang delivers excellent value in the compact light jet category and adheres to Citation’s promise of performance, efficiency and style. It can cruise at speeds as fast as 340 knots true airspeed. At sea level the Mustang can take off in just 3,110 feet. Following take off, the jet can climb swiftly to 41,000 feet and continue to fly for the duration of a 1,150 nautical mile-long trip, carrying a single pilot and three passengers.

The Mustang is extremely easy to fly and can be single-pilot operated. The Citation line was designed for forward-thinking businessmen that would fly their own private jets to and from business meetings, resulting in several automated systems and a simple avionics system. For those that don’t plan to fly their own jet, its ability to be flown by a single pilot offers greater flexibility in flight operations and reduced per-hour flight costs.

The interior is comfortable and space-effective for its size. The cabin measures 9.8 feet in length, 4.5 feet in height and 4.6 feet in width. The seats are ergonomically designed with comfort and luxury in mind. The fully-reclining leather seats come with work tables, armrests, storage consoles and power outlets.

Perhaps the most notable asset of the Mustang is its baggage storage space. The total external baggage volume measures a remarkable 57 cubic feet, or 620 pounds. The storage walls are recessed to allow ski transport as well.

The Mustang is an ideal entry-level business jet for small companies and individuals looking for an economical private jet for short-range missions, usually a little over one hour. Possible nonstop flights with maximum passengers include Los Angeles to Aspen or Washington, D.C. to Miami.

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