Range 1580nm I Passengers (max) 8
The Citation 2 is an ideal charter option for passengers looking for comfortable jet that can fly all over argentina.
The Citation II can carry eight passengers up to 2,000 nm at a max cruise speed of 374 knots. Its two Pratt & Whitney JT15D-4 engines provide 2,500 pounds of thrust apiece on takeoff. It climbs quickly at a little more than 3,000 feet per minute and has a maximum service ceiling of 43,000 feet.
The Citation II is certified under FAR part 25 airworthiness standards – these standards are mandatory for big airliners like the Boeing 747.
Range 690nm (max) I Passengers (max) 4
Aircraft Details If you are new to this class of aircraft I have to tell you that the sense of theatre begins long before engine start, as you walk up to the big Piper Chieftain across the tarmac and climb aboard. A very airliner-like split clamshell cabin door is opened, the lower half fitted with integral stairs.
It is certified for day or night flight, operating under visual or instrument flight rules and known icing conditions.
Range 828nm (max) I Passengers (max) 4
It is a light six-seater twin-engine, with turbocharged six-cylinder boxer engines that generates 400 horsepower. It is a fast multi-engine, equipped with counter-rotating motors
that allows a stable and uniform power range in all its spectrum of use.
These characteristics make an airplane very fast and easy to maneuver.
The aircraft has two compartments to accommodate luggage, one located at the front of the aircraft and the other at the rear, which is accessible from both the exterior and the interior of the aircraft.
Range 1120nm I Passengers (max) 8
Versatility is this aircraft’s virtue. For passenger use, cabins typically are configured with 6-7 passenger interiors, plus a belted potty seat. With seats removed, the aircraft’s 4,000 lb useful load enables it to carry plenty of cargo or work as a medevac airplane. The aircraft has a very wide center of gravity loading envelope, in part because of its wide-span, trim-able horizontal stabilizer shared with the Beechcraft 99.
The KING AIR is a rare airplane that can carry full fuel and full seats, and it can do it under extreme conditions. High air temperature robs all airplanes of takeoff performance, but the it has enough margin to safely take off at maximum weight at sea level on a 126º F day.