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2001 CESSNA CITATION X


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  • For Sale
  • 2001
  • CESSNA CITATION X
  • N3RC
  • 750-0160
  • Lexington, NC USA
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General Specs (cont.)

14049

Used

Additional Classifications

Detailed Description

2001 CESSNA CITATION X, Winglets (Winglet Technology) with 400 lb. Gross Weight Increase, WAAS / LPV, ADS-B Out, WiFi ATG-5000, 76 Cubic Foot O2 System, Tail Flood Lights, Professional Flight Crew & Flight Department

Avionics / Equipment

AVIONICS
Primus 2000 Avionics Suite with 5-Tube EFIS
AFIS: Global
AUTOPILOT: Honeywell Primus 2000
COMMS RADIOS: Dual Honeywell Primus II RNZ-850
CVR: Fairchild A200S
EFIS: Honeywell 5-Tube
FLIGHT DIRECTOR: Dual Honeywell
FMS: Dual Honeywell CD-810
GPS: Dual Honeywell
HF: Dual Bendix/King KFS-954
IRS: Honeywell LASERREF IV
NAV RADIOS: Dual Honeywell
SATCOM: AirCell Axxess II
TAWS: Honeywell EGPWS
TCAS: Honeywell TCAS-II with change 7
TRANSPONDERS: Dual Honeywell Mode S Enhanced
WEATHER RADAR: Honeywell WU 880

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT & OPTIONS
WAAS / LPV
ADS-B Out
WiFi ATG-5000
76 Cubic Foot O2 System
Tail Flood Lights
Winglets (Winglet Technology) with 400 lb Gross Weight Increase

Airframe

14,049 Hours Total Time Airframe
8,745 Total Landings

PROGRAMS
ProParts, Protech, RRCC, Honeywell MSP, HAPP

Engines / Mods / Prop

ENGINES
Rolls Royce AE 3007C with Rolls Royce Corp Care
LEFT
Serial Number: CAE-330318
14,180 Hours Total Time Since New
8,917 Total Cycles
RIGHT
Serial Number: CAE-330177
13,928 Hours Total Time Since New
8,768 Total Cycles

APU
Honeywell GTCP 136-ISO on Honeywell MSP
15,827 Hours Total Time Since New
15,395 Total Cycles

Interior / Exterior

EXTERIOR
New Full Paint by Duncan Aviation (6/14). Restripe by Cessna (3/17)
Overall Matterhorn White with Red, Silver Metallic and Black Accents.

INTERIOR
Interior Refurbishments by Duncan Aviation (2014)
SEATING / LAYOUT: 2+8 Double Club Configuration.
MATERIALS / COLORS: Seating is covered in Edelman Royal Hide Desert, Sidewalls are a Mauve Leather, Carpet is Velour Coffee Patterned, Cabinetry is finished in a High-Gloss York Burch Wood and Walnut Burl 
Veneer with Rose Gold Accents matching the other Interior Plating, and the Mirrors are a Bronze Jet.
ADDITIONAL AMENITIES: Four Executive Writing Tables, Forward Left-Hand Closet and Right-Hand Galley, and and Aft Lavatory with Closet.

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Cessna Citation X Aircraft Information

Cessna uses the marketing name Cessna Citation for its line of business jets. The aircraft are a family of turbofan-powered aircraft that have been produced over the years. There are six distinct families. Within each aircraft design improvements, market pressures, and re-branding efforts have resulted in a number of variants. In 1969, the FanJet 500 was the prototype for the original Citation family.

The Citation I was originally called the Citation 500. The Cessna Citation 500 was one of the first light corporate jets to be powered by turbofan engines. Production of the aircraft ceased in 1985. The {Citation I/SP} was a single-pilot operations model. A larger stretched development of the 500 was the Citation II. The military variant was designated the T-47. The Citation 500 SP LW was a single pilot operations airplane. The Citation SII incorporated a number of improvements, especially an improved wing. The Citation Bravo featured new PW530A engines, landing gear, and Primus 1000 avionics. The last Bravo was produced in late 2006. The Citation V aircraft was a variant of the Citation II/SP. Variant models of the Citation V include the Citation Ultra, UC-35A, UC-35C, Citation Encore, UC-35B, UC-35D, and Citation Encore+.

Variant models of the Citation III Model 650 include the Citation IV, Citation VI, and Citation VII. The Citation VI was a low-cost derivative of the III which had a different avionics suite and non-custom interior design. The Citation VII was an upgrade of the III that was in production from 1992 to 2000. The Citation X is the fastest civilian aircraft in the world since the retirement of the Concorde. The Citation Excel featured a shortened Citation X fuselage combined with the V Ultra's string wing and the V's tail. The Excel also used new PW545A engines and included a stand-up cabin. Variant models include the Citation XLS and Citation XLS+.

The Citation Sovereign features a stretched version of the Excel's fuselage with an all-new moderately swept wing. The stand-up cabin is 24 feet long. The {CitationJet}, also known as the Citation CJ, was an all-new design. The Cessna Citation Jet features a shorter cabin instead of a stand-up. Variants include the Citation CJ1, CJ1+, CJ2, CJ2+, CJ3, and CJ4. The Citation Mustang is a new Very Light Jet (VLJ). The Mustang is smaller and lighter than the CitationJet. The new Mustang was meant to compete with the new breed of VLJs from Piper, Embraer, and Eclipse Aviation.

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