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​ Citation CJ1 Jet

Exotic flights Private Jet Rental gives you your own private, so now you can connect City's for business, vacation or entertainment. On your private jet, on your private schedule and on your time.


Jet Rental Includes:


Minimum 3-day rental.
800 nautical miles included.
Experience pilot and first officer.
The flight attendant and safety officer.
Fine dining & Appetizers (bar)
Compliant with all FAR part 135 regulations and standards.
Flight crew overnight stay.
Insurance.
VIP concierge service.
Paparazzi photoshoot.

Fuel.


Total $ 17,300.00
tax and fees included



 Citation CJ1 Jet & Citation X+ Jet

The CJ1 is the second generation of the extremely successful Citation Jet series.  It comes with all of the advantages that the original Citation Jet offered, but with improvements in economy and performance.   Its status as the second generation Citation gives the advantage of using a private jet design that has been tested and modified to exceed the success of the first model – the Citation Jet.

The design goals of the Citation Jet can be summed up in three words: simplicity, economy, and performance.  This proved to be a challenge, especially in creating an aerodynamic structure that is financially prudent to produce and handles well.  Previous Citations had used a straight wing, which slows the aircraft considerably but dramatically reduces production and design costs.  The Citation Jet upgraded to a natural laminar flow wing, which took four years to design in a joint venture between Cessna and NASA.  This wing delays the onset of airflow separation longer, improving the lift-to-drag characteristics ten to fifteen percent when compared to earlier straight-wing designs.

The CJ1 is extremely fuel-efficient, burning an average of 134 gallons per hour.  The economy of its fuel burn can be largely attributed to Cessna’s choice of engines.  It uses two Williams/Rolls-Royce FJ44-1A turbofans, each of which delivers 1,900 pounds of thrust on takeoff.

Another of the CJ1’s strong points contributes to its low operating cost as well: the simplicity (but reliability) of its flight systems.   It uses the Pro Line 21 avionics package, complete with PFD (Primary Flight Display) and MFD (Multi Function Display) flat-panel screens.  The CJ1 is the first business jet to be equipped with these screens (with the exception of the gigantic Boeing Business Jet).

The CJ1 is extremely easy to fly and can be single-pilot operated.  The Citation line was designed for forward-thinking businessmen that would fly their own private jets to and from business meetings, resulting in several automated systems and a simple avionics system.  For those that don’t plan to fly their own jet, its ability to be flown by a single pilot offers greater flexibility in flight operations and reduced direct operating costs.

Despite the CJ1’s economy in flight, it allows for a surprisingly high payload.  It's three baggage compartments can carry up to a total of 832 pounds of luggage.  The CJ1 was specifically designed to be able to operate on short runways. At sea level the CJ1 can take off in 3,080 feet; on runways at an altitude of 5,000 feet, its takeoff distance increases to a mere 5,710 feet.

The CJ1 has a payload capacity of 1,400 pounds; its maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) of 10,600 pounds is 100 pounds heavier than the MTOW of its predecessor the Citation Jet.  The maximum fuel weight also increased 300 pounds to a total of 3,220 pounds.  These alterations resulted in better range/payload flexibility, offering owners more options in flight planning.  The most surprising result of the significant increase in payload is that the CJ1 is actually faster than the Citation Jet.

Most owners, knowing the economic features of the CJ1, are surprised at how comfortable it is. Seats are available for five passengers, and the full-length dropped aisle gives the cabin a roomier feel.  The double-sealed door uses a fastening system similar to that of a vault, which reduces cabin noise

The CJ1 is ideal for small companies and individuals looking for an economical private jet for short-range missions, usually a little over one hour.  For example, nonstop flights with five passengers include Los Angeles to Aspen and Washington, D.C. to Miami.

 

 
 Exotic Flights Private 3 + Days Jet Rental Citation X-Jet


Exotic flights Private Jet Rental gives you your own private, so now you can connect City's for business, vacation or entertainment. On your private jet, on your private schedule and on your time.


Jet Rental Includes:


Citation X Jet
8 passengers
Minimum 3-day rental.
3,500 nautical miles included
Experience pilot and first officer.
Flight attendant and safety officer.
Fine dining & Appetizers (bar)
Compliant with all FAR part 135 regulations and standards.
Flight crew overnight stay.
Insurance.
Fuel 
VIP concierge service.
Paparazzi photoshoot


Total $ 90,000.00
tax and fees included

In Operation Since 2004


State-of-the-Art Hyperlink Website


There was much excitement in the aviation community when Cessna first announced its goals for the Citation X – in short, to completely outdo the competing private jets. One of the main goals behind the development of the aircraft was to dispel the common misconception that Citation aircraft were strictly low-speed, economy-driven models.


The move was definitively successful. When the Citation X was released, it promptly broke numerous speed records. As a result of its overwhelming speed, the Citation X team earned the National Aeronautic Association’s Robert J. Collier Trophy, a very prestigious honor. Through continual improvements, including a major overhaul in 2010, the Citation X has remained one of the fastest aircraft on the planet. Faster than any other midsize jet, the Citation X has breathtaking average cruising speeds of .90 Mach. In addition to its staggering speeds, it is surprisingly also one of the most fuel-efficient midsize jets in the world. With unprecedented speed and economy, the Citation X is optimal for travelers looking for extremely fast and efficient transcontinental solutions.




Even considering that the Citation X is the fastest midsize jet in the world, Cessna did not neglect to design a comfortable and luxurious cabin to complete the package. At the time of the aircraft’s release, the Citation X had the largest cabin out of any Citation model before it. Its interior dimensions of 23′ 11” cabin length, 5′ 6” cabin width, and 5′ 8” cabin height provide ample space to relax and stretch out. Typically seating eight passengers in a spacious executive seating configuration, the Citation X can also carry a maximum of twelve passengers in a higher-density seating arrangement. Introducing a large lavatory, a fully functional galley, and a spacious closet, passengers will find Cessna took great care to accommodate their needs during the flight.



The Citation X also provides over 80 cubic feet of storage space in a well-heated and properly pressurized baggage compartment, effectively preventing damage to the cargo regardless of external weather conditions. In short, Cessna has designed a comfortable executive cabin to complement the definitively impressive high speeds that the Citation X has become known for. There are a couple of factors that contribute to the sheer speed of the Citation X. It is able to maintain cruising speeds off.90 Mach due to an extremely effective combination of both painstaking precision in aerodynamic design and the pure power of its Rolls-Royce engines. The Citation X utilizes twin Rolls-Royce AE3007C1 high-bypass turbofan engines, which each produce over 8,600 pounds of thrust. Not only are these powerful engines extremely effective, but they have also been specifically fine-tuned to maximize their performance alongside the Citation X. Additionally, Rolls-Royce’s FADEC (Full Authority Digital Engine Controls) system provides real-time management of the aircraft’s engines, which allows the operators to prevent excessive wear and tear and damage to the engines. Supplemented by state-of-the-art Honeywell Primus 2000 avionics, the piloting experience is comprehensive, intuitive, and comfortable. Altogether, the Cessna Citation X is an extremely solid midsize business jet that not only excels in all areas but also revolutionized the industry at the time of its release.





The Citation X truly is the fastest mid-sized business jet available. It regularly cruises at .90 Mach. It can fly from Los Angeles to New York in less than six hours, or from Pittsburg to San Diego in four hours flat. Getting the Citation X to cruise at .90 Mach was no small feat. Aerospace engineers spent months analyzing the jet’s aerodynamic structure with computational fluid dynamics computer technology. The proposed design of the jet was subjected to tests in a wind tunnel and then analyzed by computer programs to locate the problematic high-drag areas. Subsequently, precision instruments corrected the frame, sometimes to as little as 1/100,000th of an inch. These minute modifications went on for months.




The end result, as already stated, was unequaled speed. It stands to reason that since Cessna spent so much effort on fine-tuning the aerodynamic structure of the jet, little attention would be given to fuel efficiency. But, since Cessna’s objective is to make high-performing, fuel-efficient business jets, the Citation X has a fuel flow of 336 gallons per hour. At the time of its debut, not only was it the fastest private jet, it was also the most fuel-efficient mid-sized business jet on the market. At the time of its design, engineers all over the private jet industry were being pressured to create more reliable, higher-performing products that operated at a drastically lower cost. Rolls-Royce certainly met the requirements for the creation of the high-bypass AE3007C1 turbofan engine, which delivers 8,600 pounds of thrust. It was later fine-tuned specifically for the Citation X to run at a lower temperature so that the jet could run its engines longer. The engines on the Citation X had the highest thrust-to-weight ratio available at that time as well as the lowest specific fuel consumption for a private jet in its class.



Rolls-Royce implemented the Full Authority Digital Engine Controls (FADEC) system on the AE3007C1 engine. The system manages the engine’s performance for the pilots so that no damage is incurred through excessive speed or operating estimates. This system makes the pilot’s job a lot easier and greatly reduces engine wear and tear. The engines have fewer obligatory scheduled inspections than other similar engines and are generally reported to be extremely reliable. Of course, no discussion of Cessna’s private jets would be complete without mentioning their choice of avionics – in this case, the Honeywell Primus 2000 autopilot/flight director system. This system has five 7×8 inch screens that replace standard analog instruments with a clean, easy-to-read EICAS display. It has a dual flight management system and comes standard with Honeywell GPS. In 2004 Cessna announced that Enhanced Vision System: a useful tool which uses infrared sensors to create a visual for the pilot when flying IFR (Instrument Flight Rules), such as during snow and rainstorms, fog, or at night as an option on the Citation X.


In Los Angeles, especially in Los Angeles, money makes the man or woman. Next time you’re in Los Angeles makes a bold statement with Exotic Flights Private Jet Rental like the Citation CJ1 or Citation X Whether it be for work or play get into your Private jet that can keep up with you and your luxury lifestyle. After all, Las Vegas is the city that never sleeps!