Citation X+ Private Jet Charter

Announced in 2010 at the National Business Aviation Association convention in Atlanta the newest model of the successful Citation X, the Citation X+ was revealed with upgraded engines and avionics. According to Cessna, it is currently the fastest civilian aircraft in the world. In addition to being the fastest business jet in operation, the Citation X+ also is certified to the highest operational altitude for business jets, which is 51,000 feet. The Cessna Citation X+ is a long-range midsize business jet aircraft. It is powered by two turbofan engines and is built by the Cessna Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas.

Passengers relax in wide, reclining seats with plenty of extra legroom, and enjoy the view through 13 large windows. Exceptional leathers and fabrics, hand-finished hardwoods, and a contemporary vanity and lavatory complete the new modern look. Cabin lighting, window shades, temperature, and entertainment can be managed with simple touch-screen commands, and remain connected with in-cabin high-speed Internet and Wi-Fi. Combining its cross-continental range, a technologically advanced flight deck and cabin, and legendary performance makes the Citation X®+ unmatched in more than just speed.

For charter rates and availability of the Cessna Citation X+ private jet charter, please submit the flight request form, or call our agents 24/7 at +1 (212) 840 8000.


  • PASSENGER CAPACITY: up to 12 passengers
  • MAX RANGE: 3,460 nm
  • CABIN HEIGHT: 68 in
  • CABIN WIDTH: 66 in
  • CABIN LENGTH: 25 ft 2 in
  • BAGGAGE CAPACITY: 104 cu ft


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