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Cessna Citation CJ1
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  • YEAR
    2001
  • LOCATION
    United States - TN, North America + Canada
  • S/N
    525-0475
  • REG
    N88LS
  • TTAF
    2,454.7

Aircraft Highlights

New Tax Bill Provides 100 Percent Expensing Option in 2017

“ADS “B” OUT compliant! Beautiful two owner since new corporate owned and operated Cessna Citation CJ1! Like new paint and interior completed in 2015. Fully covered engines on TAP Elite and Cessna “Pro-parts” programs. Ready for immediate service. Call today to learn more about this great low-time Citation CJ1. No known damage history.

AIRFRAME

TTAF: 2,454.7
Total Landings: 2,201

ENGINES

#1
Type: Williams Rolls Royce
S/N: FJ44-1AP
Cycles SNEW: 2,201
TTSN: 2,454.7
SMOH: N/A (TAP ELITE)

#2
Type: Williams Rolls Royce
S/N: FJ44-1AP
Cycles SNEW: 2,201
TTSN: 2,454.7
SMOH: (TAP ELITE)
• Fresh DOC 2 inspection DEC 2017
• Type: DOC 2,4 and 8 • March 2015 Completed by Cessna,
Wichita: • Document 10 and 8 Inspections • Engine Check 1 and 2 • Pre-Purchase Inspection Technical Survey • Import C of A
• New paint and interior August 2015.
• TAP Elite $246.86 per flight hour. • Pro-Parts $222.86 per flight hour.
** Please request a CESCOM/CAMPS 10
and 20 report for a complete maintenance
status on the airplane **
ADS “B” OUT COMPLIANT
• Collins Proline 21, Two Tube EFIS
• Copilot’s and Stby Honeywell HSI
• Copilot’s Honeywell AM-250 Altimeter
• Standard Stby Altimeter/Speed Meter
Indicator
• Dual King KY 196 A Coms
• Collins Autopilot
• Dual King KN 53 Nav
• Universal UNS 1K FMS
• L3 Landmark 8000 Class B TAWS
• TCAS Skywatch HP TRC
• Dual King KT70 Transponder
• Collins Rad Alt 55B
• King KN63 DME
• Dual Collins ADC 3000
• King KR 87 ADF
• Collins WXR 800 Radar
• Artex 406 ELT
• Dual Audio panel
Rating: 9
All New - August 2015
Chatham Beige Leather Seats
Standard Interior Configuration for Six Pax
Four Place Club
Single side-facing seat
Belted toilet, non-flushing
Chatham beige leather seats
Left Hand forward deluxe refreshment center
Rating: 9
All New – August 2015
Overall white with contemporary striping in
blue, gold and red.
• RVSM Complaint
• Safeflight N1 Computer
• Eros Oxygen Mask, Smoke Goggles
• Voice Annunciator
• Aft Coat Rod
The CJ1 is the second generation of the
extremely successful Citation Jet series. It
comes with all of the advantages that
the original Citation Jet offered, but with
improvements in economy and performance.
Its status as the second generation Citation
gives the advantage of using a private jet
design that has been tested and modified to
exceed the success of the first model – the
Citation Jet.
The design goals of the Citation Jet can
be summed up in three words: simplicity,
economy, and performance. This proved
to be a challenge, especially in creating
an aerodynamic structure that is financially
prudent to produce and handles well.
Previous Citations had used a straight wing,
which slows the aircraft considerably but
dramatically reduces production and design
costs. The Citation Jet upgraded to a natural
laminar flow wing, which took four years to
design in a joint venture between Cessna
and NASA. This wing delays the onset of
airflow separation longer, improving the liftto-drag
characteristics ten to fifteen percent
when compared to earlier straight-wing
designs.
The CJ1 is extremely fuel-efficient, burning
an average of 134 gallons per hour. The
economy of its fuel burn can be largely
attributed to Cessna’s choice of engines.
It uses two Williams/Rolls-Royce FJ44-1A
turbofans, each of which delivers 1,900
pounds of thrust on takeoff.
Another of the CJ1’s strong points contributes
to its low operating cost as well: the
simplicity (but reliability) of its flight systems.
It uses the Pro Line 21 avionics package,
complete with PFD (Primary Flight Display)
and MFD (Multi Function Display) flat-panel
screens. The CJ1 is the first business jet to
be equipped with these screens (with the
exception of the gigantic Boeing Business
Jet).
The CJ1 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 direct operating costs.
Despite the CJ1’s economy in flight, it allows
for a surprisingly high payload. Its three
baggage compartments can carry up to a
total of 832 pounds of luggage. The CJ1
was specifically designed to be able to
operate on short runways. At sea level the
CJ1 can take off in 3,080 feet; on runways
at an altitude of 5,000 feet, its takeoff
distance increases to a mere 5,710 feet.
The CJ1 has a payload capacity of 1,400
pounds; its maximum takeoff weight
(MTOW) of 10,600 pounds is 100 pounds
heavier than the MTOW of its predecessor
the Citation Jet. The maximum fuel weight
also increased 300 pounds to a total of
3,220 pounds. These alterations resulted
in better range/payload flexibility, offering
owners more options in flight planning.
The most surprising result of the significant
increase in payload is that the CJ1 is
actually faster than the Citation Jet.
Most owners, knowing the economical
features of the CJ1, are surprised at how
comfortable it is. Seats are available for five
passengers, and the full-length dropped aisle
gives the cabin a roomier feel. The doublesealed
door uses a fastening system similar
to that of a vault, which reduces cabin noise
The CJ1 is ideal for small companies and
individuals looking for an economical private
jet for short-range missions, usually a little
over one hour. For example, nonstop flights
with five passengers include Los Angeles to
Aspen and Washington, D.C. to Miami.

Cessna Citation CJ1

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  • YEAR
    2001
  • LOCATION
    United States - TN, North America + Canada
  • S/N
    525-0475
  • REG
    N88LS
  • TTAF
    2,454.7
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