How much would a Cessna Citation X cost ?

November 3, 2008

Please provide what currency u refer to.

$22 million U.S.

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8 Responses to “How much would a Cessna Citation X cost ?”

  1. John K on November 3rd, 2008 5:06 pm

    Do you want to buy it outright?
    Why not lease it? Buy a share of a fractional aircraft?
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  2. slo_gin007 on November 3rd, 2008 5:47 pm

    $22 million U.S.
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  3. Siesta on November 3rd, 2008 6:18 pm

    Good choice a Citation X is an excellent aircraft to look into buying but yet they are expensive.I used to train in a Citation X because my instructor owned a fraction of one like the other person above said. They fly through every cloud very smoothly.But like the other commenter said they do cost a good deal of money even to buy a fraction, so you would be having to look into one with a bit of people owning shares.That is only if you are limited to a budget.Don't be discouraged by what i've said, you can buy one without shares.It's a lot more fun having the whole plane to yourself 🙂
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  4. MALIBU CANYON on November 3rd, 2008 6:55 pm

    Fractional operations under Part 91k do not allow for student training, only in-house training. The $22m USD figure is about right, perhaps a bit low. The info is available elsewhere. I have flown the Sovereign, the model right below the X in the current product line. A new Large Cabin Citation is being formally announced very shortly, but it will be years to production.
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  5. Cherokeeflyer_redux on November 3rd, 2008 7:29 pm

    Controller.com has one listed as follows..
    2009 CESSNA CITATION XLS+
    US $12,995,000

    the price is determined with respect to interior appointments, avionics, and other optional equipment. Thus, final aircraft prices often vary according to the type and number of options chosen.
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    http://www.controller.com/listings/forsale/list.asp?etid=1&setype=1&mantxt=cessna&mdltxt=citation&MdlX=CONTAINS&FullText=cessna+citation&PCID=&pdcl=1

  6. Plane Dude Jeremy on November 3rd, 2008 8:11 pm

    http://www.cessna.com is a wonderful source…. Look for a place to contact them and get a "information booklet" on the various citation models…also you might want to see if Learjet is less or more expensive & used ones as well are good options just have them checked out… good magazines for used a/c are: Controller, Buisness Aircraft
    good luck
    jd08
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  7. Captain J on November 3rd, 2008 8:32 pm

    I will agree that the $22M is pretty accurate…close enough to count anyway.
    When I was at the NBAA this year Cessna had their plans and a cabin mock-up laid out on a new design they are planning to build…It is basically going to be a widebody Citation X with all the neat amenities ( dual galleys,nice entertainment systems,large baggage area,etc.) My favorite part is the step-down cockpit..kinda like the Boeing 757…anyway…good luck on your pursuit to whatever it is you are doing…

    Jonathan S
    ATP-LRJET,HS-125
    CFI/AGI
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    9 years professional flying

  8. Mr. Answers on November 3rd, 2008 8:58 pm

    here try controller.com
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