Citation Latitude Overview
After hitting the skies in 2014, the Citation Latitude became one of the newest mid-sized jets available to travelers today. With its young age, you can expect this jet to feature many of the interior and exterior innovations that have allowed its manufacturer, Cessna, to lead the market in recent years. With room for up to 9 passengers, the Citation Latitude allows you and your large party to travel about the country without delays or limitations.
Citation Latitude Interior
In many ways, the Citation Latitude’s interior feels like it was fit for royalty or a business executive. That’s because its 837 cu. ft. of interior volume provides up to 9 passengers ample space to take a seat and stretch their legs while in flight. 8 of those 9 seats are arranged in an angled double-club configuration, making it easy for passengers to converse without sacrificing leg room.
The Citation Latitude’s state-of-the-art cabin management system is also unlike anything seen in its class before based upon its ability to keep the cabin comfortable, regardless of the season. Even this model’s spacious private bathroom goes above and beyond when it comes to providing passengers with a comforting in-air experience.
9 PASSENGERS MAX
CABIN HEIGHT: 4.10 ft
CABIN WIDTH: 5.0 ft
Citation Latitude Performance
At its core, the Citation Latitude relies upon twin Pratt & Whitney Canada PW306D1 turbofan engines to reach its impressive performance standards. Those standards include a top cruising speed of 608 mph and a total range of 2,850 nautical miles on a single tank of fuel. Taken together, these metrics ensure that you can complete a mid-to-long range trip without any delays whatsoever.
Cessna has also gone the extra mile when it comes to improving the Citation Latitude’s on-board safety features. This can especially be seen in their inclusion of a Garmin G5000 flight deck, which helps your pilot monitor every aspect of the craft from a single interface. These enhanced capabilities also allow this craft to take off from 3,900 foot runways at small, regional airports.
MAX RANGE: 2,850 miles
MAX CRUISE SPEED: 608 mph
MAX OPERATING ALTITUDE: 30,000 ft (9,144 m)