Citation Latitude profile, including current pricing, manufacturing dates, cabin size and passenger capacity, range, speed, baggage space, fractional ownership and jet card options
Cessna Citation Latitude Facts
This small Super Midsize or large Midsize private jet brings a flat floor cabin and a height of 6 feet. It has become a core type for NetJets, which took delivery of its 100th in July 2019. It is typically compared to Embraer’s Legacy 450, or now the Praetor 500.
The Citation Latitude is still popular and can be found in the fleets of NetJets and Nicholas Air, and via jet cards from Nicholas Air and ONEFlight International.
On the used market, listed Citation Latitudes can be found starting at $13 million.
Production Start: 2015
Production Ends: Ongoing
Super Midsize although at a Maximum Takeoff Weight of 30,800 lbs. NetJets categorizes the Citation Latitude as a midsize jet.
As of December 2019, Amstat lists 139 Citation Latitudes in service, 100 are with NetJets
Citation Latitude Cabin Size and Passengers
Height: 6.0 feet
Width: 6.42 feet
Length: 21.08 feet
Seating Capacity: 8
Full: 2,455 nautical miles
Four Passengers: 2,879 nautical miles
Normal Cruise Speed: 494 mph
Maximum Cruise Speed: 428 mph
100 cubic feet exterior space
27 cubic feet of interior space
Fractional Ownership – Yes
Dedicated Jet Card – Yes
New price is approximately $17 million
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