Cessna Citation II & Bravo
The early achievement of the first Citation headed Cessna to create a bigger limit Citation demonstrate in the mid 1970s.
Cessna declared the extended Citation in September 1976. The fuselage was stretched out by 1.14m (3ft 9in) to build greatest seating ability to 10, while all the more compelling Pratt & Whitney Canada Jt15d4 motors and more prominent fuel tankage implied higher journey velocities and more run. Expanded things limit and expanded compass wings were likewise included.
The new Model 550 Citation II first flew on January 31 1977 and FAA confirmation for two pilot operation was granted in March 1978. The II/SP is the single pilot form.
Significant enhancements were made to the configuration with the entry of the Model S550 Citation S/II. Advertised in October 1983, this enhanced form first flew on February 14 1984. Affirmation, including an absolution for single pilot operation, was conceded that July. Upgrades were fundamentally flight optimized, including another wing outlined utilizing supercritical engineering produced for the Citation III (depicted independently), in addition to Jt15d4b turbofans. The S/II at first supplanted the II in generation from 1984, however the II came back to the lineup from late 1985, and both variations stayed in creation until the presentation of the Bravo.
The Bravo offers new P&wc Pw530a turbofans, current Honeywell Primus EFIS aeronautics suite, a reconsidered inside focused around that presented in the Citation Ultra and different upgrades, for example, trailing connection primary undercarriage. The Bravo first flew on April 25 1995 and was conceded certificate in August 1996. First and foremost conveyance was in February 1997.
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