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GravityHater

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Doing a talk on bizjets for local pilot group and looking for a file or link that has pics/specs for all the Citation family, no just current production lines as the Cessna site has. Preferably a couple pages, not reams of info.
Tks
 
Well its there but not very concise. Hoping for a line by line explanation of differences.

How in-depth are you trying to be on the differences? Its one thing to say the difference between a II and the V is the V's longer cabin with one additional window per side, higher weights, new wing and more powerful engines...its another completely to say the V has JT15D-5s @ 2900lbs thrust vs. the II's JT15D-4s with 2500lbs thrust.

Get what I'm saying?

A run to your local public library and looking at a Jane's All The Worlds Aircraft might help...
 
What things would you tell a group of piston pilots, when asked what is different about flying a jet?
 
What things would you tell a group of piston pilots, when asked what is different about flying a jet?

I think most piston pilots would be surprised to find that 3000FPM is a normal rate of climb and decent in a jet. And how a very small pitch change can produce these very high vertical velocities.
 
The most recent issue of Flying magazine (or maybe last month) has a 4-5 page article answering exactly that question.
 

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