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Cessna Citation Mustang

Cessna Citation Mustang
Animal-inspired, beautifully rendered - Get the light, agile aircraft with a heavy jet soul. The speed- and range-inspired performance of the Mustang will tackle the sky like only a jet can while delivering the efficiency of a lighter aircraft. The Mustang’s epic aerodynamic design and advanced technology make for exceptional short-field performance with the ability to climb 41,000 feet in 27 minutes, fly at speeds up to 400 mph, and yield a full-fuel range of 1,150 nautical miles.

Finely tuned aerodynamics

Micro luxury with maximum style
The cozy cabin interior of the Mustang offers the finest finishes and highest-quality materials for the top-rate luxury expected of a business jet. The Mustang’s cabin quarters showcase six large oval windows providing spectacular views and abundant natural light.
Interior elegance
The Citation Mustang interior offers the highest quality materials and first class comforts.

Cabin design and furnishings
Four club seats include adjustable headrests and foldable armrests. Two rear-facing seats may be reclined 25 degrees for optimal comfort. Two additional forward-facing seats are separated by a center console that features dual cup holders as well as a storage compartment and drawer. Left and right stowable monoleaf executive tables are featured in the side ledges between the seats.

Six elliptical windows flood the cabin with natural light. Each window is tinted and includes a pleated manual window shade. Two window plies, one tinted frost pane per window, and bagged insulation in the walls contribute to a quiet, comfortable cabin environment, even at high speeds.

Three distinctive color selections are available for the interior furnishings: Smoky Quartz, Black Pearl, and Silhouette. Each interior design selection offers a complementary blend of the finest fabrics, leathers, tailored carpet, and high-durability painted coatings.

Cabin environment

No other lightweight jet is as generous with cabin size. At 9’ 9” in length and a cabin height of 54”, the Mustang’s four-passenger club seating allows passengers room to stretch out and enjoy the ride.

Adjustable air vents and fixed-position halogen reading lights are conveniently installed above each seat. Separate, fixed-position lights illuminate both stowable tables. A light over the lavatory and main cabin door is controlled by a switch on the left side cabinet, just forward of the entry door.

The Mustang’s multizone climate control allows the pilot to adjust cockpit and cabin settings separately for optimal crew and passenger comfort. The Mustang’s digital pressurization system delivers the feel of sea-level altitude even at 21,280 feet.

In-cabin storage and power
Storage cabinets are located on both sides of the forward cabin, directly behind the cockpit. In-flight refreshments can be stored along with ice and cups in the right side cabinet. The left side cabinet is a generous storage cabinet for carry-ons and miscellaneous items.

A single 12-volt DC outlet (aviation style) is mounted in the lower section of the right side cabinet for cockpit or cabin use. A 12-volt DC outlet is also provided on the face of the club seat console.

Across from the main cabin door on the right side is a side-facing toilet with a removable curtain included for privacy. A net is also provided to secure baggage stored on top of the lid.
Uplifting technology for advanced awareness

Avionics that take you Higher

The Mustang’s front office with Garmin G1000 integrated avionics delivers at-a-glance awareness that is comprehensive and intuitive. The three-screen Garmin G1000 avionics suite significantly decreases pilot workload and stress while consolidating all primary flight, navigation, engine, and sensor data onto large, easy-to-scan flat-panel displays. This innovative flight deck is standard on our single engine aircraft as well as all Caravan models, which keeps the learning curve low and the transition smooth for all Cessna pilots.

A pilot’s best friend

The Garmin Flight Management System (FMS) is a robust navigation solution for en-route, terminal, and WAAS precision approach. Pilots are equipped with moving map functions including range and pan, flight planning, and automatic reversion via GPS sensors. The FMS will organize flight plans to be readily accessible and displayed via the moving map. Plain-language identifiers and airport communication and navigation frequency lookup features are also included. Final-approach fixes for both lateral and vertical modes can be displayed and coupled to the automatic flight control system (AFCS). Pilots have the option of overlaying present position references with geopolitical and airspace boundaries on any map format. Precision guidance functionality meets the operational requirements of oceanic/remote, NAT MNPS, RNP10, and RNP5/BRNAV.

Know what’s out there

Clear knowledge of weather conditions ahead of the aircraft is critical to any pilot. The Mustang’s weather-avoidance radar system enhances situational awareness with accurate information to help pilots provide the safest and most comfortable ride for passengers.
The Mustang’s standard avionics suite includes a four-color weather detection sensor with an integrated receiver and transmitter. Powered by the Garmin GWX 68 digital weather-avoidance radar, this technology is controlled through and displayed on the multifunction display. Notable features of the radar include 6,500 watts of nominal transmitter power, a 90-degree scan angle, ±15 degrees tilt, a maximum range of 320 nm, and a minimum range of 2.5 nm.

    Standard avionics include:
  • Garmin FMS with dual WAAS-enabled GPS for navigation
  • Weather-avoidance radar
  • Terrain-avoidance warning system
  • Traffic information system
  • Dual altitude heading reference system
  • Dual air data computers
    Optional avionics include:
  • Jeppesen ChartView
  • Garmin Synthetic Vision Technology
  • Honeywell’s Traffic Advisory System
  • SiriusXM Satellite Radio and Weather
  • CDVR
    Citation Mustang avionics detailed component specifications:
  • Dual 10.4-inch (diagonal) TFT LCD control display units with integrated terrain-awareness system (TAWS B) utilized as primary flight displays (PFD) — Garmin GDU 1040A
  • Single 15-inch (diagonal) TFT LCD control display unit with integrated terrain-awareness system (TAWS B) utilized as a multifunction display (MFD) — Garmin GDU 1500
  • Dual engine/airframe interface units — Garmin GEA 71
  • Dual digital air data computers (ADC) — Garmin GDC 74B
  • Dual digital attitude heading reference systems (AHRS) — Garmin GRS 77
  • Dual magnetometers — Garmin GMU 44
  • Dual integrated avionics units with VHF Nav/Com, GPS receivers, flight directors, and aural warning generator — Garmin GIA 63W
  • Dual digital audio control panels — Garmin GMA 1347D
  • Single remote flight management system (FMS) / MFD control keyboard — Garmin GCU 475
  • Three-axis automatic flight control system (AFCS) with integrated pitch trim — Garmin GFC 700 with Garmin GMC 710 Mode Controller
  • Dual Mode S Diversity Transponders with Enhanced Surveillance and Traffic Information System (TIS) — Garmin GTX 33D
  • Four-color weather-avoidance radar — Garmin GWX 68
  • Satellite data link weather transceiver — Garmin GDL 69A
  • Electric standby attitude indicator — Mid Continent Instruments 4200
  • Electromechanical standby airspeed Indicator -—Aerosonic 261440
  • Electromechanical Standby Altimeter — Aerosonic 162350
  • Emergency locator transmitter (ELT) — Artex C406-N
  • Pilot-selectable Flight Path Scan narrows the scan range to ±10, 20, or 30 degrees and increases the scan rate.
    Ground mapping depicts terrain features with a separate color scheme from the weather modes
    Installed on center glare shield panel:
  • LH and RH master caution/master warning lights
  • LH and RH engine fire control switches
  • Flight director/autopilot controller
  • Electronic standby instrument system
  • LH and RH display control units
    Installed on instrument panel (left to right):
  • LH primary flight display (PFD)
  • Multifunction display (MFD)
  • RH primary flight display (PFD)
    Installed on tilt panel (left to right):
  • Electrical power panel
  • Pressurization controls
  • Ice protection controls
  • Windshield anti-ice controls
  • Fuel controls
  • Engine start control
  • Ignition controls
  • Landing gear control module
  • Lighting controls
  • Flight hour meter
  • ELT remote switch
  • Environmental controls
    Installed on pedestal:
  • Engine power levers
  • Flap control handles
  • Speed brake control
  • Elevator trim control and indicator
  • Takeoff/Go-Around button
  • Rudder trim control
  • Aileron trim control
  • Emergency gear release
    Installed beneath the instrument panel:
  • Emergency brake handle
  • Parking brake handle

Detailed Specifications

Performance data is based on the standard Mustang configuration, operating in International Standard Atmosphere (ISA) conditions with zero wind. Takeoff and landing field lengths are based on a level, hard surface and dry runway.
Actual performance will vary with factors such as environmental conditions, aircraft configuration and operational/ATC procedures.


  • Length
  • 40 ft 7 in (12.37 m)
  • Height
  • 13 ft 5 in (4.09 m)
  • Wingspan
  • 43 ft 2 in (13.16 m)
  • Wing Area
  • Wing Sweep

  • 210 sq ft (20 sq m)
  • 11.0 degrees
  • Wheelbase
  • 14 ft 4 in (4.37 m)
  • Tread
  • 11 ft 10 in (3.61 m)
    Cabin Interior
  • Height
  • Width
  • Length

  • 54 in (1.37 m)
  • 55 in (1.40 m)
  • 9 ft 9 in (2.97 m)
  • Seating Capacity
  • 5 - 5
    Baggage Capacity
  • Weight
  • Volume

  • 718 lb (326 kg)
  • 63 cu ft (1.78 cu m)
  • Single Pilot Certified
  • Yes

 Wingspan – 43 ft 2 in (13.16 m)
13 ft 5 in (4.09 m)

Length – 40 ft 7 in (12.37 m)


  • Maximum Ramp Weight
  • 8,730 lb (3,960 kg)
  • Maximum Takeoff Weight
  • 8,645 lb (3,921 kg)
  • Maximum Landing Weight
  • 8,000 lb (3,629 kg)
  • Maximum Zero Fuel Weight
  • 6,750 lb (3,062 kg)
    Usable Fuel Capacity
  • Weight
  • Volume

  • 2,580 lb (1,170 kg)
  • 385 gal (1,457 l)
  • Basic Operating Weight
  • 5,590 lb (2,536 kg)
  • Useful Load
  • 3,140 lb (1,424 kg)
  • Maximum Payload
  • 1,160 lb (526 kg)
  • Full Fuel Payload
  • 560 lb (254 kg)


  • Maximum Cruise Speed
  • 340 ktas (630 km/h)
  • Range
  • 1,150 nm (2,130 km)
  • Takeoff Distance
  • 3,110 ft (948 m)
  • Landing Distance
  • 2,380 ft (725 m)
  • Maximum Operating Altitude
  • 41,000 ft (12,497 m)
  • Maximum Climb Rate
  • 3,010 fpm (917 mpm)
  • Maximum Limit Speed
  • 0.630 Mach


Two dual-channel FADEC-controlled, Pratt & Whitney Canada PW615F-A turbofan engines are installed on the Mustang. The engine is a 2.8:1 bypass ratio, counter-rotating twin-spool design with three compression stages and two turbine stages. It produces 1,460 pounds (6.49 kN) of thrust at sea level, static conditions, flat-rated up to 77°F (25°C). The FADEC system also provides time-limited dispatch, diagnostics, and engine synchronization according to switch position.

  • Manufacturer: Pratt & Whitney
  • Model: (2) PW615F-A
  • Power output: 1,460 lbs
  • Time between overhaul: 3,500 hr
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