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    Reg# N510DC
    TT: 3400

    2007 Cessna Citation XLS, Best Pedigree, Meticulous Owner, Low Total Time, Cessna Maintained, Fresh DOC 3, 16, 19 at Textron, Enrolled on ProParts, ESP Gol... More Info


    Burlington, VT USA

    Last Update: 02/16/2024

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    Reg# N454MM
    TT: 3843

    2007 Cessna Citation XLS, 3 US Owners Since New, No Known Damage History, Engines enrolled on Power Advantage Plus - $306.00 per hour per engine, CAMP Main... More Info

    Holstein Aviation Inc - Don Mercer

    Wichita, KS USA

    Last Update: 02/14/2024

    Reg# Not Listed
    TT: Not Listed

    WANTED – Citation XLS All options considered. Contact Sam Campos More Info


    Atlanta, GA USA

    Last Update: 01/03/2024

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    Cessna Citation XLS Series Aircraft Information

    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+.

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