The Cessna Citation Latitude made its debut at the FIDAE 2016 Air Show in Chile. The Latitude, manufactured by Cessna Aircraft Company, a subsidiary of Textron Aviation, has been on a word wide tour demonstrating its performance capabilities and class-leading cabin experience.
“The Latitude is already garnering strong interest from the Latin American market, offering customers our most spacious cabin environment and best-in-class operating costs,” says Bob Gibbs, regional vice president of Sales for Latin America and Caribbean. “We are the clear leaders in the Latin American jet market, with over 800 Citations and growing. The addition of the Latitude will only strengthen the Textron Aviation fleet and support the business aviation needs in this region.”
With a maximum range of 2,850 nautical miles, the most recently certified business jet from Textron Aviation affords the most open, spacious, bright and refined cabin environment in the midsize category.
With a flat floor and six feet of cabin height, innovation abounds with unique features designed throughout the aircraft. Cessna’s wireless cabin-technology system provides productive connectivity and entertainment to each passenger through their personal electronic devices.
Improving cabin comfort for passengers and crew alike, the Latitude features a new cabin cooling system and a new pressurisation system, which provides a 5,950-foot cabin altitude at the aircraft’s maximum operating altitude of 45,000 feet.
With standard seating configurations, the Latitude can comfortably accommodate up to nine passengers