Guardian Jet is pleased to represent for sale a 2000 Citation Excel (Serial Number 5101).
Accommodating up to eight passengers, this midsize business jet is a great, reliable aircraft that will get you from Los Angeles to New Orleans, or from Chicago to San Diego.
Other notable features of the aircraft:
- Airframe enrolled on Cessna ProParts
- Engines enrolled on ESP Silver Lite
- Gogo Biz Avance L3 Broadband Internet
- Recent engine overhaul
- Recently refurbished interior
- Recent Doc 15 (144-Month) inspection
- Previously operated FAR Part 135
- No known damage history
- Painted Matterhorn White with gold and green stripes
This well-maintained aircraft is available for immediate purchase, and priced at $3,100,000.
This executive configuration features a two-place side-facing couch, a four-person club seating arrangement with two side ledge tables, and two aft club seats with individual slimline stowable tables.
A lavatory in the aft cabin features an externally serviced toilet. A forward refreshment center provides a heated liquid container, wine bottle storage, divided ice drawer, trash container, pull-out work surface and space for miscellaneous storage.
The jet’s avionics feature the following, among other highlights:
AVIONICS: Honeywell Primus II 3-Tube EFIS
AUTOMATIC DIRECTION FINDER: Honeywell DF-850 ADF
COMMUNICATIONS: Dual Honeywell TR-833 Comm Transceiver with 8.33 kHz Spacing
COCKPIT VOICE RECORDER: Fairchild A200S Cockpit Voice Recorder
DISTANCE MEASURING EQUIPMENT: Dual Honeywell DM-850 DMEs
EMERGENCY LOCATOR TRANSMITTER: Artex 110-4 ELT
FLIGHT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM and GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM: Dual Universal UNS-1CSP+
HIGH FREQUENCY RADIO: Honeywell KHF-950 HF Radio
NAVIGATION RADIO: Dual Honeywell NV-850 Nav Receivers
RADIO ALTIMETER: Honeywell ALT-55 Radio Altimeter
RADIO MANAGEMENT UNITS: Dual Honeywell RM-850 RMUs
STAND-BY FLIGHT DISPLAY: Meggitt Standby HSI Flight Display
TERRAIN AWARENESS WARNING SYSTEM: Universal TAWS A with Bank Limits and Minimums
TRAFFIC COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEM: Honeywell TCAS 2000 TCAS II with Change 7.0
TRANSPONDER: Dual XS-852 Transponders with Mode S
WEATHER RADAR: Honeywell WU-880 Weather Radar Transceiver
- Cockpit speaker mute switch
- Dual 110VAC electrical outlets in the cockpit
- 76 cu-ft. oxygen bottle
- Universal UNS-1 UniLink with Uplink
- 43 amp/hr. SAFT Nicad battery
- Single point refueling
- Pilot and co-pilot oxygen mask
- Externally serviced lavatory
MAINTENANCE & INSPECTIONS HIGHLIGHTS
- Aircraft maintained per Chapter 5
- Aircraft enrolled on CESCOM
- Recent Doc 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 15 inspections
ABOUT THE CITATION EXCEL
Powered by two Pratt & Whitney engines, the Citation Excel was built by the Cessna Aircraft Company, based in Wichita, Kansas. It has a published range of 2,138 nautical miles (3,441 km).
With the success of Cessna’s high-end Citation VII, the manufacturer saw a market for an aircraft with the Citation X’s features, but aimed at a more traditional market, where it would chiefly compete with twin-turboprop aircraft.
To produce the Excel, Cessna took the Citation X’s wide, stand-up cabin fuselage, shortened it to about 21 feet (6.4 m) and mated it with an upswept wing that makes use of a supercritical airfoil (based on the Citation V Ultra’s wing), and the tail from the Citation V.
To power the aircraft, Cessna chose the Pratt & Whitney Canada PW500 turbofan. The Excel has the roomiest cabin in its class of light corporate jets, and typically seats six to eight in a corporate configuration, while being flown by a crew of two.
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Don’t hesitate to take advantage of this opportunity to own this 2000 Cessna Citation Excel aircraft.