Maximum Cruise Speed
Takeoff Field Length
Feel it as you step into the Citation® Latitude®. The first business jet to combine a wide, flat-floor, stand-up cabin with a midsize price.
Fly farther in the widest Citation in the sky. The Citation® Latitude® jet boasts the most spacious, most refined cabin environment in the midsize jet category.
At 77 inches wide, six feet tall and more than 21 feet long with a flat floor, stand up cabin, the Latitude was built for comfort. We surrounded the Citation Latitude’s clean, contemporary design in an aircraft built to our rigorous standards.
To see for yourself, follow the Citation Latitude from design to first flight and beyond. Start with proven Citation® systems. Add intelligent innovation, class-leading performance, a spacious cabin and standard equipment that steps above midsize expectations. All of this at a price for performance other jets cannot match. Feel it as soon as you step into the wide, stand-up cabin — the Citation Latitude® is a different kind of aircraft.
Twin Pratt & Whitney PW306D1 FADEC-controlled turbofan engines deliver the Latitude’s impressive performance. Fuel is stored in the wings to provide generous range.
Textron Aviation engineers made the Citation Latitude’s all-new fuselage generous in size, making it the widest Citation in the sky.
Our interior designers made it look and feel even more spacious. Enjoy a wide, stand-up, flat-floor interior and experience a comfortable cabin altitude of 5,950 feet while cruising at 45,000 feet. The Citation Latitude merges beauty, comfort, range and power to create pleasurable, productive business travel that transcends midsize.
Pilots will enjoy easy access to the Citation line’s largest cockpit.
Their window to the world is the Garmin™ G5000™ with four full-color touch-screen displays and primary flight displays (PFD) featuring the Garmin SVT™ synthetic vision system. The Citation Latitude flight deck features fully integrated autothrottles and the Cessna LinxUs™ on-board diagnostic system, setting a new standard in efficient operation. Pilots type-rated for the Citation Sovereign® are already typed for the Citation Latitude.
Take off with a touch in the Citation Latitude- where the flight deck powered by Garmin G5000™ revolutionizes the way pilots access flight data. With just a few flicks of the finger, pilots can take command of the aircraft’s robust navigation, traffic, surveillance and communications systems. In addition, the integrated flight management system provides extensive navigation and flight-planning as well as en route, takeoff and landing performance information.
a simple touch
Pilots have three 14 inch landscape flight displays, which can function independently as a primary flight display or multifunction display. The displays also function in multi-pane mode, the center pedestal for MFD control and two additional panels control each PFD. Pilots can customize displays via the touch screen control panels, organizing and prioritizing the flight data presented.
visually intuitive flight
The Garmin™ Synthetic Vision Technology™ system offers a virtual-reality view of terrain, obstacles, traffic and runways-everything beyond the widescreen
Using the terrain-altering database, pilots get a realistic picture of what lies beyond the nose of the Citation Latitude. Garmin SVT enhances pilots’ situational awareness by creating a virtual depiction of group and water features, obstacles and traffic, even in a solid IFR or nighttime VFR conditions.
- Flight Displays
- Synthetic Vision Technology
- Touch-screen Control Panels
- Automatic Flight Control System
- Attitude Heading Reference Systems (AHRS)
- Integrated Avionics Units
- Distance Measuring Equipment
- Flight Management Systems
- Weather Radar
- Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS II)
- Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS)
- Transponders with ADS-B Out Capability
- Standby Instrumentation
- Radio Altimeter
- Cockpit Voice Recorder
- Emergency Locator Transmitter
- Maintenance Diagnostics
The Latitude seats up to nine passengers while the luggage compartment can accommodate all of your luggage.
Take advantage of the short takeoff and enjoy the exhilarating climb. Then sit back, relax or work for the next 2,700 nautical miles.
Wingspan – 72 ft 4 in (22.05 m)
Length – 62 ft 3 in (18.97 m) Height – 20 ft 11 in (6.38 m)
|Length||62 ft 3 in (18.97 m)|
|Height||20 ft 11 in (6.38 m)|
|Wingspan||72 ft 4 in (22.05 m)|
|Wing Area||543 sq ft (50.4 sq m)|
|Wing Sweep||16.3 degrees|
|Wheelbase||27 ft (8.23 m)|
|Tread||10 ft (3.05 m)|
|Height||72 in (1.83 m)|
|Width||77 in (1.96 m)|
|Length||21 ft 9 in (6.63 m)|
|Weight||1,245 lb (564.7 kg)|
|Volume||127 cu ft (3.6 cu m)|
|Maximum Ramp Weight||31,050 lb (14,084 kg)|
|Maximum Takeoff Weight||30,800 lb (13,971 kg)|
|Maximum Landing Weight||27,575 lb (12,508 kg)|
|Maximum Zero Fuel Weight||21,200 lb (9,616 kg)|
|Usable Fuel Weight||11,394 lb (5,168 kg)|
|Usable Fuel Volume||1,700 gal (6,435 l)|
|Basic Operating Weight||18,656 lb (8,462 kg)|
|Useful Load||12,394 lb (5,622 kg)|
|Maximum Payload||2,544 lb (1,154 kg)|
|Full Fuel Payload||1,000 lb (454 kg)|
|Maximum Cruise Speed||446 ktas (826 km/h)|
|4 Passenger Range||2,700 nm (5,000 km)|
|Takeoff Field Length||3,580 ft (1,091 m)|
|Landing Distance||2,480 ft (756 m)|
|Maximum Operating Altitude||45,000 ft (13,716 m)|
|Maximum Climb Rate||N/A|
|Maximum Limit Speed||0.80 Mach (0.80 Mach)|
|Manufacturer||Pratt & Whitney|
|Thrust||5,907 lb (26.28 kN)|
Aircraft performance is dependent on multiple variables (i.e. winds aloft, number of passengers, temperature and altitude of departure and arrival airports). The range, speed and endurance listed here represent average performance data. Contact one of our experienced Client Services Representatives who will be able to advise you on additional fuel stops or other limitations needed based on your itinerary and aircraft.