Business Flying Editor Edward H. Phillips (left) and Cessna demonstration pilot Gene Kenneford strap into the cockpit of the Citation Mustang. Phillips flew the twin-engine, personal jet to examine its flight characteristics, cabin comfort and overall performance. Designed from inception for the owner-flown segment of the highly competitive light jet market, the Mustang proved to be easy to fly with minimal workload for one pilot thanks to its reliable systems and Garmin avionics. Phillips' ...

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