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So who wants to take on this one.....

jfaleo1

Junior Member
#1
I can get you all the documentation and 3 views.....but you figure out the fowler flaps and slats:)
This is the actual prototype Citation X, I have worked with it many times but since it is decommissioned (no data plate anymore) it is a training device for my classes a lot of the time. sorry photos in 1st reply.
 

Keno

Active member
#3


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    Cessna Citation X
    American Business Jet
    The Cessna Citation X is an American business jet with 3,460 nmi of range produced by Cessna and part of the Citation family. Announced at the October 1990 NBAA convention, it made its maiden flight on December 21, 1993, received its type certification on June 3, 1996 and was first delivered in July 1996. The updated Citation X+ was offered from 2012 with a 14 in cabin stretch and upgraded systems. Keeping the Citation III fuselage cross section, it has a new 37° swept wing with an area of 527 ft² for a fast Mach 0.935 MMo and 36,600 lb MTOW, a T-tail and two 7,034 lbf AE3007 turbofans. After 338 deliveries, production ended in 2018.
  2. You might see what Boing has in mind, a super sonic business jet. Swept wings? Is Cessna thinking about it???
 

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jfaleo1

Junior Member
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Cessna's next is the Hemisphere at about .90 Mach give or take. I have worked on the X since 1996 and am currently the lead MX instructor at FlightSafety Intl. for it. I also teach the Latitude Sovereign Plus and Citation VII. I still teach the Citation Jet series occasionally as well. The X+ actually has the same wing as the X but the Winglets are standard instead of being an added modificaion