1979 Cessna Citation ISP

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Description

The Cessna Citation ISP is a light business jet developed by Cessna Aircraft. It was introduced in 1979 and is a development of the earlier Citation I. It was the first twin-engined jet from Cessna and is powered by two Garrett TFE731-2 turbofans. It was designed to provide more speed and range than the Citation I while still being relatively inexpensive to operate. It can carry up to eight passengers and features a large cabin with a flat floor. The Citation ISP is also known for its excellent performance, with a maximum cruise speed of 470 knots and a range of up to 1,890 nautical miles.

Features

  • Total Time: 8822
  • ENGINE(S):
  • Engine 1
  • JT15D-1A
  • S/N 76372
  • 8,744 TSN
  • 7,815 CSN
  • 2,845 SMOH
  • 99 Since Hot Section Inspection
  • Engine 2
  • S/N 76534
  • 9,749TSN
  • 9,563 CSN
  • 3,190 SMOH
  • 1,438 Since Hot Section Inspection
  • AVIONICS:
  • ADSB
  • AUTO-PILOT: Sperry SPZ-500 IFCS
  • ADF: Collins ADF-206
  • COMM: Dual Garmin 430’s
  • RADAR ALT: Dual Sperry AA215
  • RADAR: Bendix RDR 1100
  • DME: Collins DME-40
  • NAV: Dual Collins VIR-30
  • TRANSPONDER: Dual Garmin’s
  • ADDITIONAL:
  • RVSM
  • Shadin Air Data Computer
  • Lead Acid Batteries STC
  • Dual Flight Directors
  • ELT 406 AF
  • Standby Horizon
  • Rosen Sun Shades
  • 3rd Standby Altimeter/Encoder
  • Freon AC

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