2004 CESSNA 525A Citation CJ2
This beautiful Cessna Citation CJ2 can be described with three words: Simplicity, economy and Performance.
The CJ2?s operating costs are just as low as the original Citation Jet, but it offers a lot more range and a faster cruise speed.
The aircraft currently operates on an AOC and if sold within Europe, it can remain on this AOC for charter revenue.
Furthermore this aircraft is approved and certified for single pilot operations.
Ready for delivery with fresh Doc. 10 and two new main landing gears.
Total Time Since New 4,054 hrs
Total Landings Since New 3,493hrs
Engines Since TTSN #1: 3,589 / #2: 3,589 hrs
Engine Type Williams Int. FJ44-2C (PN 60500) enrolled under JSSI Premium
Maintenance CAMP controlled Maintenance programme
Six seat configuration with Pacific Tailoring Seats and in light kahki colors. Forward refreshment galley and aft belted lavatory with fully closable door.
Overall Snow White, with two stripes along the fuselage in Ameri Blue and Bright Poppy
? Collins Proline 21 Avionics System
? Third Display (Copilot?s PFD)
? Hecto-Pascal/ Inch Switch for Baro Units
? FMS Universal UNS-1L interfaced with the ProLine21 system
? Portable Data Transfer Unit
? Dual Garmin GNS-530A Radio Package with 8,33 KHz comms
? HF Honeywell KHF-950
? SELCAL Collins CSD-10
? XPDR Dual GTX-330D Mode S Diversity
? EGPWS Honeywell Mark V
? Marker Beacon Bendix/ King KR-67 (Single)
? DME Honeywell KN-63 (Single)
? ADF Honeywell KR-87 (Single)
? ELT Artex C406-2
? TCAS I Goodrich Skywatch HP interfaced with the ProLine21 display system
? RADAR TWR-850 Turbulence Radar
? RADIO ALT Collins ALT-55B
? Safe Flight N1 Computer
? CVR L-3 Comms FA-2100
? Voice Annunciator
? Devore Tail logo
? Precise Flight Pulse light system
RVSM EU OPS
EASA Steep Approach
STC P-RNAV Approval for single UNS-1L EASA 10046793
Aircell ST3100 Satellite Phone System with two handsets (One Flush mounted in cockpit overhead and
one flush mounted in LH cabin sidewall)
50 Cu. Ft Oxygen Bottle
Marathon Large Nickel Battery
1200W/ 220 VAC Outlet in cockpit and in cabin
Optional PSU indirect lightning