The Citation CJ3 is manufactured by the American company Cessna Aircraft at factories located in Wichita, Kansas, United States. This model is a longer version of the Citation CJ2 + with much more powerful engines, increased wingspan to 16.26 m and modern Collins Pro Line 21 flight and navigation equipment, providing pilots with the highest level of situational awareness.
This equipment monitors all necessary flight information and weather along the route, and the “FADEC” system monitors the operation of the engines, which further makes it easier for pilots to control the aircraft. All data is displayed on large liquid crystal displays with a matrix for information management.
To ensure maximum comfort, the passenger compartment has been enlarged compared to the previous CJ2 + model, but with the same number of passenger seats. This made it possible to place a small kitchen in the bow so that passengers and crew could have a snack during the flight and a cup of aromatic coffee. In the aft fuselage there is a luggage compartment with a volume of 1.8 cubic meters, which is inaccessible to passengers during the flight, and at the end of the cabin there is a small wardrobe and a toilet room.
The aircraft’s practical range is 3472 km, and the service ceiling is 13,715 meters. The Cessna 525B Citation CJ3 has two modified Williams-Rolls FJ44-3A engines with a capacity of 12.54 kN each, which allows the aircraft to reach a maximum speed of 835 km / h and cruise speed for economy of flight, – 772 km / h. The price of the aircraft in the standard version for 2008 is $ 7,487,000. This model of the ball was awarded the title “Best of the Best” in the category of business jets in June 2010.
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