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Cessna 550 Citation II

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Type: Civilian

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Information on the 550 Citation II

The Cessna Citation II is a light corporate jet built by Cessna. Developed in the 1970s, it first flew on January 31 1977.

The improved S550 Citation SII first flew on February 14 1984. Improvements included a new wing designed using supercritical technology and JT15D4B turbofans. The SII replaced the II in production from 1984, but the II returned to the lineup from late 1985. Both remained in production until the introduction of the Bravo.

The Citation II was also used by the United States Navy to train its radar officers and assigned the US military designation T-47 for the aircraft, which is modified by incorporating multiple radar consoles and the AN/APQ-162 radar (A successor to AN/APQ-157).

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550 Citation II Specifications

Crew: 2
Capacity: 8 passengers
Length: 47 ft 3 in (14.39 m)
Wingspan: 52 ft 3 in (15.91 m)
Height: 15 ft 0 in (4.57 m)
Wing area: 343 ft? (31.8 m?)
Empty weight: 8,060 lb (3,655 kg)
Max takeoff weight: 15,100 lb (6,850 kg)
Powerplant: 2? Pratt & Whitney Canada JT15D4B turbofans, 2,500 lbf (11.1 kN) each
Cruise speed: 403 knots (464 mph, 746 km/h)
Range: 2,000 nm (2,300 mi 3,700 km)
Service ceiling: 43,000 ft (13,100 m)
Rate of climb: 3,040 ft/min (15.4 m/s)


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