Cessna Citation V Ultra Contractors Model


For Sale: $250.00 CDN obo 

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Model Description:

Medium:Resin Length (inches):14.0 Width (inches):14.5 Height (inches):7.0


This is a Pacific Minatures presentation model of the Cessna Citation V Ultra which was presented to each fractional owner of the Citation V Ultra NetJets program circa 1995.  This model’s wing are detachable and is in 1/48 scale.  The model is in pristine conditon.   This was a special stand made for Netsjets.


The Cessna Citation Ultra was the updated version of the original Cessna Citation V or Model 560.   Cessna announced the Model 560 Ultra in 1993 and during its five-year production run, from 1994 to 1999, was named Flying Magazine’s “Best Business Jet” following the completion of 279 deliveries.  A new Citation Ultra retailed for $5.495 million in 1994.  In total 3440 Citation Ultra’s were built.

On the Citation Ultra, Cessna upgraded the engines, avionics and the interior cabin.  The Pratt & Whitney JT15D-5D turbofan engines were Cessna’s choice for the Ultra each producing 3,045 pounds of thrust.  This was an improvement of 145 more pounds of thrust per side.  These engines were also more fuel efficient than the earlier generation engine using only 195 gallons per hour (GPH).


The eight (8) passenger cabin is 17.3 ft long, 4.9 ft wide and 4.8 ft high with a dropped or trench style aisle.      The fuselage has seven windows on each side and accommodates a four-seat club plus three chairs and has a closed door lavatory.  


In the cockpit Cessna used the Honeywell Primus 1000 avionics suite with consolidated multiple glass screen displays replacing the standard round analog flight instruments.     This system used two primary flight screen displays, one for each pilot position, and a multi-function display in the center of the panel for systems and engine monitoring.


Ultra's maximum cruising speed is 430 knots with a maximum range of just under 2000 miles.  At maximum weights, it can take off in less than 3,200 feet and land and stop in less than 2,200 feet.   The aircraft will climb to 45,000 feet at a rate of 4,000 feet per minute.   The Ultra holds a maximum 5814 pounds of fuel.


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