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Cessna Citation Bravo
Specs and Performance
First Year Delivered
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The Cessna Citation Bravo is a light corporate jet built by Cessna. It was developed from the Citation II and integrated new technology.
The Citation Bravo was built on the basic S/II airframe, the new aircraft was powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PW530A engines. The main landing gear was replaced by the smoother-riding trailing link configuration adopted by other members of the Citation line, and the standard avionics suite was updated to the Honeywell Primus 1000 glass cockpit.
The new aircraft first flew on April 25, 1995, but certification did not come for over a year, finally being granted in August 1996. Production of the Bravo ceased in late 2006 after 337 had been produced.
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