Citation CJ4 Charter Flights
Citation CJ4 Jet Charter
The Cessna Citation CJ4 business jet sets a new standard for comfort and performance in the light jet class.
With seating for up to eight passengers, the Cessna Citation CJ4 is the largest business jet in the CitationJet (CJ) family to earn single-pilot certification. Maximizing efficiency and comfort while providing state-of-the-art technology, the Citation CJ4 light jet makes this CJ the most advanced to date.
Utilizing the Williams International FJ44-4A turbofan engines, the CJ4 has a maximum range of 2,170 nautical miles and requires a minimum takeoff distance of just 3,410 feet. This is a handy feature for business executives that need to access smaller, more remote airports.
An updated version of the CJ3, the CJ4 hit the business jet market in 2009. It features an elevated T-tail for increased aerodynamics and superior ride comfort. Its 17-foot, 4-inch long cabin, which is two feet longer than its predecessor, has been stylishly outfitted with technology and comfort in mind. Some of the features include:
- Computer plugins for individual seat monitors
- Ergonomic, high-resolution work environments
- Separate temperature-control zones for the cockpit and cabin
- Quiet cabin via acoustic-blanket soundproofing
- High-definition digital video and audio for in-flight entertainment or business
Cessna’s designers also made sure the CJ4’s seats provide the height of comfort. In addition to being deeply cushioned and generously wide, they feature:
- Retractable armrests
- Forward, aft and lateral tracking
- Full horizontal recline (in certain cabin configurations)
Travellers who want to bring baggage with them will appreciate the Citation CJ4’s 1,000-pound cargo capacity, which is stowed in lockable, external compartments. It’s ideal for those who want to take their skis and snowboards to the slopes, or their golf clubs on vacation.
Outfitted with a Collins Pro Line 21 avionics suite, the CJ4 can be flown safely and effectively by a single pilot. The flight systems are designed to improve piloting and reduce workload.