The turbocharged muscle of the Turbo Stationair yields shorter takeoff distances, faster climbs, higher altitudes, greater speed, and utilitarian payload capacity for making the best of both work and play. Optional pontoons will turn your Turbo Stationair amphibious as well. Whether you’re bringing your son or daughter home from college, carrying commuters across great lakes, hauling fish in the wilds of Alaska, or saving lives in the Andes, the Turbo Stationair is the strong, quick, agile aircraft that will get you there.
Cessna Citation M2
Based on the CJ platform, the new M2 delivers exceptional power and beauty in an efficient, entry-level jet. It’s the upgrade every jet-aspiring aviator has been dreaming of. Perfect for corporate, charter, or private use, the M2 features a redesigned luxury interior with excellent in-cabin technologies, updated touch-controlled avionics with large-format displays, and two powerful Williams FJ44 engines, facilitating cruising speed of up to 400 knots.
Cessna Citation X
The fastest civil airplane in the world is going to get you where you’re going before anyone else. The Citation X will climb to 51,000 feet and cruise at incredible speeds of up to Mach 0.935. The fact that it gets you back on the ground sooner may be bittersweet, however, because this jet comes with a reimagined, smart plane interior you may never want to leave.
Cessna is the world's leading general aviation company. Since its inception in 1927, Cessna has designed, produced and delivered nearly 200,000 airplanes around the globe. This includes 6,500 Citation business jets, making it the largest fleet of business jets in the world. Today, Cessna has two principal lines of business: aircraft sales and aftermarket services. Aircraft sales include Citation business jets, Caravan single-engine utility turboprops, single-engine piston aircraft and lift solutions by CitationAir. Aftermarket services include parts, maintenance, inspection and repair services. In 2012, Cessna delivered 571 aircraft, including 181 Citation business jets, and reported revenues of $3.111 billion.