1984 Cessna Citation SII

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The Cessna Citation SII is a business jet produced by Cessna Aircraft Company. It was introduced as a variant of the Citation II, and was the first to feature a swept wing design. The SII was introduced in 1984 and was in production until 1986, when it was superseded by the Citation Bravo. The SII was powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada JT15D-4B turbofan engines, each rated at 3,400 pounds of thrust. It had a maximum speed of 434 knots, a range of 1,500 nautical miles and could climb to an altitude of 41,000 feet. The aircraft was typically configured to seat 8 passengers, although it could seat up to 12. The Citation SII was replaced by the Citation Bravo in 1986, which featured more powerful engines and improved avionics.


  • Total Time: 7704
  • Engines / Mods / Prop
  • Left Engine: 6840 TT 5703 Cycles
  • 3417 SMOH by Dallas Airmotive
  • 1640 SHOT
  • Right Engine: 6840 TT 5703 cycles
  • 3417 SMOH Dallas Airmotive
  • 1640 SHOT
  • Avionics / Equipment
  • Sperry SPZ-500 IFCS/Pro Line Autopilot w/ VBAR
  • Dual Collins VHF-22A w/ 8.33 kHz Spacing
  • Dual Collins VIR-30A w/ FM Immunity
  • Dual Collins ADF-60
  • Dual Sperry AA-300 Compass
  • Fairchild A100 CVR Provisions
  • Garmin GNS 500W
  • Dual Sperry AA-300 Radar Altimeters
  • Dual Collins RMI-30
  • Garmin 345/335 ADSB Transponders
  • Sperry Primus 300SL Weather Radar

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