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Citation XL  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1998
Total Production: 767
Unitary Cost: USD$12 million
Also Known As: Citation Excel, Citation XLS, Citation XLS+ and Model 560
Origin: United States of America
Corporations: Cessna Aircraft Company
Parent System: Cessna Citation
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1975
Maiden Flight: 15 September 1969
Total Production: 5,816
Family Members: Citation CJ1, Citation CJ2, Citation CJ3, Citation CJ4, Citation Columbus, Citation Encore, Citation Latitude, Citation Longitude, Citation M2, Citation Mustang, Citation Sovereign, Citation Ten and Citation X
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Description: The Citation is a family of business jets developed by Cessna Aircraft Company, a Textron owned company, to meet the requirements of customers operating from regional to intercontinental routes. Citation jets are powered by two turbofan engines and cruise at high speeds while delivering outstanding comfort to the passengers in their spacious cabins. Cessna has received more than 5,300 Citation jets orders since the program inception in 1975. As of early 2008, the Cessna Citation production models are: CJ1+, CJ2+, CJ3, Encore+, XLS+, X, Sovereign, and Mustang with CJ4 and Columbus models to join Cessna's product line in 2010 and 2014 respectively.
Citation Excel is a business jet designed for routes ranging from 1,900 to 2,200 nautical miles. It offers the same cabin comfort as Citation X. Cruising at high speed Citation Excel can carry up to eight passengers and a crew of two. Citation XLS is an improved variant of Citation Excel business jet, one of the the fastest jets in the Citation family of aircraft. Cessna Citation XLS is powered by more powerful Pratt & Whitney Canada PW545B engine rated at 3,991-lb of thrust at take-off. Cessna began Citation XLS deliveries in 2004.
The original Citation Excel was delivered in May 1998, and 370 units were delivered through June 2004. The Citation XLS was first delivered in July 2004, and 329 are expected to be delivered through the end of September 2008 when will be replaced by Citation XLS+ as the production standard in the XL family. In October 2006 Cessna introduced Citation XLS+ business jet as the follow on to Citation Excel series. The new model features the fully integrated Collins Pro Line 21 avionics suite and electronically controlled (FADEC) engines from Pratt & Whitney. Exterior and interior have changed by extended contour of the nose and expanded seat widths. Powered by two PW545C engines the aircraft will travel as fast as 500 miles per hour, have a range of more than 1,800 nautical miles, climb direct to 45,000 feet in 29 minutes, and land on runways as short as 3,180 feet. Citation XLS+ certification was expected in the first quarter of 2008 with first customer delivery at the end of 2008. Base price for XLS+ is $11.6 million.

Cessna Citation Orders

Citation XL

Cessna Citation items 2006-2014

View full report Chart includes Citation Latitude (150), Citation XL (73), Citation Mustang (59), Citation Encore (54), Citation X (47), Citation CJ2 (45), Citation Sovereign (34), Citation CJ3 (24), Citation CJ4 (8), Citation Columbus (8), Citation CJ1 (7)
21,2006,8 210,2007,51 109,2008,14 9,2009, 2,2010, 3,2011, 150,2012, 2,2013, 3,2014,

Citation XL Specifications

Crew: 2
Number of Engines: 2
Passengers: 8
Height: 5.30 meter (17.4 foot)
Length: 15.8 meter (52 foot)
Wingspan: 17.0 meter (56 foot)
Ceiling: 13,716 meter (45,000 foot)
Landing Run Distance: 2,700 foot (823 meter)
Max Range: 1,858 nautical mile (3,441 kilometer)
Take Off Run Distance: 3,560 foot (1,085 meter)
Cruise Speed: 441 knot (816 kph)
Max Takeoff Thrust: 7,982 pound
Max Takeoff Weight: 9,253 kilogram (20,399 pound)
Min Weight: 5,625 kilogram (12,401 pound)
Payload: 3,447 kilogram (7,599 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Citation XL News

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Monday, April 13, 2015FT Business Jets Places Order for a Cessna Citation XLS+ Business Jet
Monday, April 14, 2014Cessna Citation XLS+ receives CAAC certification
Monday, October 18, 2010Asia Jet Adds Citation XLS+ to its Charter Fleet
Monday, November 16, 2009Cessna Delivers Citation XLS+ to Algeria's ENNA
Tuesday, May 12, 2009Cessna's First European Deliveries of XLS+ Go to Lufthansa
Cessna to Deliver First Ukrainian-registered Citation
Monday, December 15, 2008Cessna Delivers First Retail Citation XLS+
Friday, June 20, 2008Execaire Places Order for Four Cessna Citation Mustangs, Three Soverign and Two XLS+ Jets
Monday, June 2, 2008Cessna Citation XLS+ Earns FAA Certification
Tuesday, May 20, 2008Jetalliance Places Orders for 50 Citation Jets in 2008

Operators & Related Equipment

Aircraft ordered by �tablissement National de la Navigation A�rienne/ENNA (1 XLS+)
Aircraft sold to JetAlliance (16 XLS+)
Aircraft ordered by Execaire (2)
Aircraft ordered by FT Business Jets (1)
Aircraft ordered by Lufthansa Private Jet (2 XLS+)
Aircraft ordered by Taneja Aerospace & Aviation Limited (1 XLS+); Indian Seamless Metal Tubes Limited (1 XLS+)
Aircraft ordered through SCS Maretti (2 XLS+)
Aircraft ordered by Japan Aerospace Corporation (1 XLS+)
Aircraft ordered by Icecraft Ltd (3)
Saudi Arabia3
Aircraft ordered by Wallan Aviation (3 XLS+)
Aircraft ordered by Turkish government (2 XLS)
Aircraft ordered by ACR Aero-Charter (1 XLS+)
United Arab Emirates3
Aircraft ordered by Gulf Jet-UAE (3)
United States of America37
Aircraft ordered by NetJets (37 XLS+)

Grand Total 7418
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