Aircraft Type: Cessna Citation 680 Sovereign+
Aircraft Registration: PH-MDG
Aircraft MSN: 680-0564
Times and cycles record date: August 18th, 2019
Engine Type: Pratt & Whitney 306D Part number: 30B7118-01
MSN Engine No.1: PCE-CK0133
TSN Engine No.1: 514 CSN Engine No.1: 436
MSN Engine No.2: PCE-CK0132
TSN Engine No.2: 514 CSN Engine No.2: 436
Engine Type: Honeywell RE100CS (G150) Part number: 3800785-1
MSN: P700 TSN: 230
G5000 Avionics System - Garmin – Features three 14-inch-diagonal, high-resolution flight displays with split-screen capability and four touch- screen control/display panels. Included with the system are dual VHF communication and navigation transceivers; dual Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) units; dual Mode S diversity transponders with ADS-B Out capability; dual, integrated Flight Management Systems (FMS) with GPS/WAAS/EGNOS and DME/DME positioning capability; Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT); TCAS II Change 7.1; integrated Class A Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS); dual gyrocompassing Attitude Heading Reference Systems (AHRS), and full-flight-regime autothrottles.
Automatic Direction Finder (ADF) - Rockwell-Collins – Provides an ADF antenna and receiver as an input to the G5000 display system.
Dual Litef Inertial Hybrid Navigator - Replaces the standard dual Litef AHRS. Offers Attitude and Heading Reference information while also providing navigation position information. Each unit interfaces to the FMS to provide IRS-like performance to aid in position determination for a period of time in the event that GPS position becomes degraded. This option is required for all RNP AR operations less than 0.3 nm or for RNP 0.3 AR operations where the missed approach procedure requires an RNP value of less than 1.0 nm.
Aircell Aviator 300 Internet System - The Aviator 300 system is an Inmarsat SwiftBroadband system offering worldwide in-flight data service. The system offers wireless internet access for multiple users in the aircraft cabin and cockpit and is compatible with IEEE 802.11 wireless-equipped personal devices such as laptops, tablets, and handheld devices. The system uses Inmarsat’s I-4 geostationary satellites, which offer global cover- age, except in the polar regions. The system is operational both in flight and on the ground (when a clear line of sight to the nearest satellite is available) and provides customers with connectivity speeds up to a maxi- mum of 332 kbps - several times the speed of traditional 56 kbps dialup service. (Average connection speeds vary depending upon number of users and other factors.) Includes a SwiftBroadband transceiver, a config- uration module, an amplifier/diplexer, and an intermediate-gain antenna mounted on top of the fuselage. The system uses the cabin router associated with the optional Axxess II satphone system. Service charges apply. Additional charges will apply if ordered with Aircell High Speed Wireless Internet (675Z).
STD Entertainment / Cabin Management – The cabin management system (CMS) incorporates touch-screen panels with video displays at each pedestal seat. An interactive moving map may be viewed on the video displays. Includes a single Blu-Ray/DVD/CD player and media share USB input port located in the LH Fwd Closet. Auxiliary audio input jacks and high-definition video input ports at each pedestal seat location accommodate personal audio/video sources such as iPod/iPads. Includes stereo speakers.
Cabin management system functionality includes touch screen controls for reading/table lighting and window shades. Additionally, the VIP functionality will include temperature control, cabin audio, cabin shades, and all cabin lighting. Pilots may also control cabin temperature, lighting, and shades via dedicated pages within the G5000 system.
HF-1050 High-Frequency Radio Transceiver (Honeywell) – Includes the Honeywell HF-1050 HF radio system. The Garmin G5000 system provides selective calling (SELCAL) capability.
VHF Datalink Radio (GDR 66) - Garmin - The GDR 66 is a VHF Data Radio (VDR) that supports VHF Data Link (VDL) Mode 2 communications. This option provides access to ACARS, Link2000+ and FANS-1/A communications. The GDR 66 also functions as a third VHF voice communication radio for the crew.
Onboard Diagnostics - Garmin – The G5000 system records aircraft avionics, engine, and systems data during flight for subsequent review and analysis by maintenance technicians after landing. Recorded information may be accessed on the ground via maintenance pages on the MFD or downloaded from the aircraft via flash memory card.
Link 2000+ CPDLC - Garmin - Adds software functionality to enable European Link 2000+ Controller–Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC). The outboard pilot and copilot touch-screen control panels are the primary crew interfaces for sending and receiving data link messages to/from Air Traffic Control. This option is required for all new aircraft operating above FL285 in European airspace regardless of country of registration. Option 632A (VHF Data Radio) is required as a prerequisite for this option.
Flight Data Recorder (ICAO Type IA) - L3 Communications – This system complies with US Part 91, 91K and 135 requirements for aircraft configured with 10 or more passenger seats. It is compliant with current EU-OPS regulations and is expected to comply with anticipated future EU-OPS requirements for aircraft having a maximum takeoff mass of greater than 5,700 kg (12,500 lbs). This installation meets the flight data recorder requirements in most countries.
Cockpit Voice Recorder – L3 Communication – A Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR). The CVR will also record Controller-Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC) when equipped with an applicable datalink system. Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS II) – A Garmin GTS 8000 TCAS II system is included, providing traffic advisories and resolution advisories. This system is compliant with Change 7.1 requirements. Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS) – The G5000 system includes a Class A Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS). The TAWS function is allocated to the flight display units, providing weight and hardware resource savings as well as increased redundancy and availability. Reactive windshear alerting capability is also included.
Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) - Artex – A 406 MHz Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) with navigation interface is installed.
Weather Radar – Garmin – A Garmin GWX 70 weather radar system with a 12-inch antenna is included. Solid-state electronics (i.e. no magnetron) and a transmitter power of 40 Watts provide for improved safety and reliability compared with traditional radar systems having higher out- put power. WATCHTM automatic range limiting, vertical scan capability, Doppler turbulence detection capability in rain cells, and weather target alerting are included. Extended Range Oxygen System – Installs an additional 76-cubic foot oxygen bottle to further increase oxygen duration.
EROS MC10-16-150 Oxygen Masks (with comfort adjustment feature) – The MC10 is a quick donning mask with microphone and an inflatable harness. Separate smoke goggles are provided as loose equipment and may be worn with glasses.
Pulselite 2401 System Interfaced To TCAS – Alternately pulses landing lights on each side of the aircraft. When enabled by the crew, pulsing begins automatically in the event of a TCAS traffic advisory or resolution advisory.
Pylon Work Lights – Provides flood lights that illuminate the area below each engine pylon.
Tail Flood Lights – Devore – Provides flood lights that illuminate the vertical stabilizer surface for better recognition of a tail logo or registration number and improves own aircraft visibility during taxi operations at night.
Cockpit Speaker Mute Capability – The G5000 system allows each crewmember to mute audio alerts (TAWS, TCAS, etc.) from the respective on-side overhead speaker. The crew is required to wear headsets when the cockpit speakers are disabled.
Headset Jacks for Noise-Canceling Headsets – The aircraft includes industry-standard 6-pin Redel-type powered jacks to support stereo, noise-canceling headsets (such as specific Sennheiser and Bose head- sets). The powered jacks will not support every available headset variation; customers should consult with their preferred headset provider regarding compatibility prior to purchasing headsets. Traditional, non-powered jacks are also included.
Life Raft Mooring Ring – Retractable ring located just forward of the emergency exit.
Portable Oxygen Bottle – Installs a portable, therapeutic oxygen bottle in the left hand forward closet.
220V. AC (50 Hz) Universal Electrical Outlets – Exchange for standard 110V AC outlets. Includes one each in LH/RH nav chart case, one each at seats #5, #6, #9 & #10 and one in aft lavatory. Maximum power available per outlet is 3 amps. Total power available with 1200 Watt Inverter is 5 amps. This is a Universal receptacle that accepts plugs from various countries. May not accommodate plugs from some countries.
Smoking Package - Includes ashtrays and the ability for the crew to switch the no smoking sign on and off. (Otherwise it is continuously illuminated.) Fully EASA AIR-OPS certified