Max take off weight:
13959 kg (30774 lbs)
2 m (7 ft)
2 m (7 ft)
6 m (20 ft)
19 m (62 ft)
Other services on board:
Lavatory Cabin Crew available Gourmet catering on request In-Flight entertainment system Airshow cabin information system
22 m (72 ft)
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The Citation Sovereign is Cessna’s version of what a business jet should be: comfortable, high-performing, and economical. The strongest feature of the Sovereign is its range; it has coast-to-coast capabilities, like large jets, but still retains the features that make midsize private jets so advantageous. It can take off in under 4,000 feet, a feat still unmatched by other midsized jets, and can cruise at around .75 Mach (458 knots). The Sovereign’s cabin is 25.3 feet long and can hold anywhere between eight and nine or more with most seats able to swivel 180 degrees. The interior is large enough that passengers can enjoy the 5.7 foot-high cabin. The baggage space available in the Sovereign is the largest of comparable private jets. The Sovereign has 135 cubic feet of total baggage space (100 cuft external; 35 internal); whereas the competing Hawker 800XP has only 48 and the Lear 60XR has only 54. The internal closet is large enough to hold full-sized garment bags. The bathroom, too, is spacious – passengers can change their clothes in it with the assurance of complete privacy (due to the double-sliding hard doors). A non-fluorescent lighting system was installed to increase passenger comfort and cut down on production costs. The lighting system now in place has dimmable LEDs, which have a life of about 100,000 hours.