Manufacturer: Cessna
Model: Citation CJ2+

Specifications & Descriptions/Performance

Reaching speeds of up to 481 mph, the CJ2+ is 40 percent faster than a comparably priced B200 turboprop. You can also climb to 45,000 feet and cruise above turbulent weather, icing and traffic.


Specifications & Weights

MaximumCruise Speed
(mid-cruise weight)
418ktas (774 km/hr), at 31,000 ft (9,449 m)
Ceiling45,000ft (13,716 m) maximum certified
AirspeedLimitsVMOat 8,000 ft (2,438 m) to 29,123 ft (8,877 m) 278 KIAS (515km/hr)
MMO at 29,123 ft (8,877 m) and above M 0.737(Indicated)
Ratesof ClimbAllengines 4,120 fpm (1,256 m/min)
Single engine 1,123 fpm (342m/min)
StallSpeed86kcas (159 km/hr) MLW, landing configuration
PressurizationNominalpressure differential 8.9 psi (61 kP)
(100 nm alternate)
1,613nm (2,987 km) with full fuel and maximum takeoff weight
(dry, level, hard-surfaced runway with zero wind)
Takeoffdistance (SL, ISA, MTOW) 3,360 ft (1,024 m)
Landing distance(SL, ISA, MLW) 2,980 ft (908 m)
EnginesTwoWilliams FJ44-3A-24
Takeoff thrust 2,490 lb (11.08 kN)
Bypassratio 2.2:1
BaggageCapacityVolume65 ft3 (1.84 m3)
OutsideDimensionsWingspan49 ft 10 in (15.19 m)
Overall height 14 ft 0 in (4.27m)
Overall length 47 ft 8 in (14.53 m)
(with typical interior installed)
Height57 in (1.45 m)
Width 58 in (1.47 m)
Length (excludingcockpit) 163 in (4.14 m)

Design Weights & Fuel Capacity

Maximumramp weight12,625lb (5,726 kg)
Maximumtakeoff weight12,500lb (5,669 kg)
Maximumlanding weight11,525lb (5,227 kg)
Maximumzero fuel weight9,700lb (4,399 kg)
Maximumfuel capacity (6.7 lb/gal)3,930lb (1,783 kg)
Typicalempty weight*7,725lb (3,504 kg)
Onepilot plus furnishings200lb (91 kg)
Typicalbasic operating weight (BOW)7,925lb (3,595 kg)
Usefulload**4,700lb (2,132 kg)
Payloadwith full fuel770lb (349 kg)

Note:Performance conditions are based on the International Standard Atmosphere. Takeoff and landing field lengths are based on level, hard-surface, dry runways with no wind. 
*Reflects standard aircraft with typical options, typical interior and unusable fuel and oil. 
**Amount of payload and fuel that can be carried, over and above crew (based on ramp weight).