Cessna Aircraft just released the final performance numbers on the $8.75 million Citation CJ4 and the results are turning heads in São José dos Campos, Brazil, as well as back home in Wichita. Compared to Cessna’s original projections, the aircraft weighs less when empty, has more thrust, needs less runway, cruises faster and flies farther. In light of the new data, one might be tempted to forego the usual comparisons between the Citation CJ4 and the Embraer Phenom 300, assumed to be its ...


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