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(Reworked) Cessna Citation CJ1+

172k MAPA  1.2 years ago
Auto Credit Based on MAPA's CitationJet Series

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This aircraft follows all the basic AI requirements. It is specially designed for Artificial Intelligence [AI] to simulate air traffic, it is able to land and take off with extreme precision at the main airports in the game, it is also a playable aircraft, you can enjoy air collisions, target shooting or just enjoy of a more realistic air traffic.


MAPA Aviation · 2023


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The Cessna CitationJet/CJ1 (also known as the Model 525) are a series of light business jets built by Cessna, and are part of the Citation family. Launched in October 1989, the first flight of the Model 525 was on April 29, 1991. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification was awarded on October 16, 1992, and the first aircraft was delivered on March 30, 1993. The CJ series are powered by two Williams FJ44 engines; the design uses the Citation II's forward fuselage with a new carry-through section wing and a T-tail. The original CitationJet model has been updated into the CJ1/CJ1+/M2 variants; additionally, the CJ1 was stretched into the CJ2/CJ2+ which was built between 2000 and 2016. The design was then further developed into the CJ3/CJ3+, built from December 2004 to present, and finally into the CJ4 which has been built since 2010. By June 2017, 2,000 of all variants had been delivered.

Development of the CitationJet was prompted by the 1985 discontinuation of the Citation I, a reaction to the increasing price of its Pratt & Whitney JT15D-1 engines, which rendered it uncompetitive with its larger straight wing Citation stablemates. Cessna believed that a substantial market still existed for a light 4-5 passenger jet with low operating costs, docile flying qualities, and the ability to operate from short runways usable by light piston twins, a formula that had made the Citation I successful. However, that aircraft had been stigmatized for its slower cruise speed than its competitors, which had progressively been addressed in the Citation S/II and Bravo and the Citation V, Ultra and Encore, but at the cost of operating economy. To offer increased speed with reduced purchase and operating costs, Cessna engineers realized that a new, lighter airframe design would be needed, using less expensive and lower-thrust engines. To better compete with newer jets, Cessna also wanted to eliminate the step in the center aisle of the earlier Citations, created by the spar passing through the cabin.

Cessna launched the $2.4 million (equivalent to $5.25 million in 2021) model 525 CitationJet at the October 1989 NBAA convention in Atlanta, estimating a demand for 1,000 aircraft over ten years. Succeeding the 700 original Citation Is produced since 1972, first flight was scheduled for spring 1991, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification in October 1992 and deliveries by the end of the year.

Its first flight was on April 29, 1991, FAA certification was awarded on October 16, 1992, and first delivery happened on March 30, 1993. The aircraft met its initial design goal: its normal cruise speed was 29 kn (33 mph; 54 km/h) faster than that of the Citation I, and it outperformed that aircraft in all other significant metrics except maximum payload and approach noise, despite having 600 lbf (2.7 kN) less total engine thrust. Twenty years after its first flight, 1,450 CJs had been produced.

As of June 2017, 2,000 of all variants had been delivered, with five million hours flown.


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Lite version of 87 Parts most likely to spawn

General Characteristics

  • Predecessor CitationJet Series
  • Successors 2 airplane(s) +133 bonus
  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 63.2ft (19.3m)
  • Length 57.2ft (17.4m)
  • Height 19.1ft (5.8m)
  • Empty Weight 10,198lbs (4,625kg)
  • Loaded Weight 14,959lbs (6,785kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 9.013
  • Wing Loading 25.7lbs/ft2 (125.4kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 582.6ft2 (54.1m2)
  • Drag Points 5420

Parts

  • Number of Parts 93
  • Control Surfaces 7
  • Performance Cost 470
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    64.4k DARZAVIATION

    Amazing, rework the DC-3

    1.2 years ago
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    nice! update

    +1 1.2 years ago
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    5,372 PilotRyder

    @Imvictor Eu também queria perguntar isso

    1.2 years ago
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    7,421 IMVICTOR

    @MAPA vc tem whattzap?

    +2 1.2 years ago
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    172k MAPA

    @WINGSIRONINDUSTRIES farei sim, mais peço que tenha paciência, ainda tenho muitos aviões pequenos a fazer. O Global 7000 é gigantesco

    +1 1.2 years ago
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    @MAPA eu queria muito que você faça o GLOBAL 7000

    1.2 years ago
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    @MAPA more business jet

    1.2 years ago
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    172k MAPA

    @Imvictor Thank you

    +2 1.2 years ago
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    7,421 IMVICTOR

    ISSO E MUITO BOM!!!

    +1 1.2 years ago
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    36.9k Gabriel747

    @MAPA bem vindo a física do Simple Planes era o Xingu da FAB ou aquele cinza?

    1.2 years ago
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    172k MAPA

    @Gabriel747 Rapaz eu estava a monitorar este CJ1+ e do nada um Xingu a Mach 2.1 me aniquila no ar, eu levei um susto tão grande que quase ponho todo o café pra fora ☕

    +1 1.2 years ago
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    36.9k Gabriel747

    0Very cool

    +1 1.2 years ago
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    172k MAPA

    @NecroEddie @Aarav Thank you guys! :)

    +1 1.2 years ago
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    35.4k Aarav

    Ooh damn. Couldn't believe it's 93 parts

    +1 1.2 years ago
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    1,006 NecroEddie

    Very nice, you should be hired to make the in-game stock aircraft

    +3 1.2 years ago