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Citation Ten Prototype Takes Flight in Kansas

Posted by Mike D'Alessandro on Feb 6, 2012 6:01:00 PM


(Image courtesy of AOPA.org)

Cessna, a leading manufacturer of private jet aircraft in the United States, recently unveiled what is sure to be a trend-setter in the industry over the next decade. The Citation Ten screamed down the runway in Wichita Kansas last month on the first of many test flights as Cessna aggressively pursues FAA certification for their new jet. The “Ten” will offer state-of-the-art amenities for its passengers as they wisp across the sky in unsurpassed comfort and style. Non-stop trips from London to Dubai, Seattle to Miami and Boston to San Francisco make the Citation Ten the ultimate business tool. A certified ceiling of 51,000 feet and cruising speed of 527 knots per hour will provide passengers a fast and comfortable journey. Accompanying  unparalleled cockpit technology, the Ten will present its passengers with touch screen control at every seat; featuring web access, movies, moving maps and connections for personal electronic devices.

Cessna expects delivery of the Citation Ten to occur during the second half of 2013; at which time Magellan Jets will be able to book your next flight on the world’s most advanced aircraft. Let the “new aircraft smell” welcome you aboard as you disembark on your next business trip, sales opportunity or luxury vacation. Safety is our first priority at Magellan Jets and our clients can be certain that their Citation Ten crew members will be nothing less than experienced professionals. Stay tuned for production updates from Cessna as we anxiously anticipate the arrival of the Citation Ten. We strive to provide our clients with the most advanced technology available and the Citation Ten will be a positive addition to our portfolio of aircraft.

Topics: Cessna, Jet Charter, Citation Ten