Textron Aviation recently announced that the final production Cessna Citation Mustang aircraft has rolled off the assembly line.
This ends a 12-year production run with more than 470 aircraft delivered to customers worldwide.
“We remain dedicated to developing new products and providing solutions that matter to our customers. The Citation M2 is a great example of this and we believe it will carry on the legacy as the entry-level jet that pilots want and need,” says Rob Scholl, senior vice president, Sales and Marketing.
The company is positioned for a seamless transition within the light jet segment with the Cessna Citation M2, which was introduced in 2013.
Nearly 150Cessna Citation M2s have already been delivered to customers worldwide.
The Citation M2 is powered by two Williams FJ44 engines, facilitating cruise speeds of over 400 knots.
The aircraft is designed for single-pilot operation and features Garmin G3000 avionics and seating for seven.