Second-Generation Citation II Is Cost-Effective Entry-Level Jet

Credit: Magellen jets
Slip into a 1997 to 2006 Citation Bravo and it feels as comfortable as your favorite pair of moccasins. But, isn’t the same old Citation II shoe with newer packaging. Its performance and utility are head-and-shoulders above the original 1978 through 1994 CE-550. Bravo flies up to 2,000 ft. higher...
Fred George

Fred formerly was senior editor and chief pilot with Business & Commercial Aviation and Aviation Week's chief aircraft evaluation pilot. He has flown left seat in virtually every turbine-powered business jet produced in the past three decades.

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