Cessna Citation IV

In 1974, Cessna embarked on the development of an extended alternative to its original Citation I. The initial design for the new Citation III (Model 650) incorporated three Pratt & Whitney Canada JT15D engines. However, in 1976, a revamped version was announced at the Fall NBAA convention. This redesign involved replacing the inadequate three-engine configuration with 2 Garrett TFE 731-3B powerplants, accompanied by a specific cockpit and T-tail. Subsequently, in the early 1990s, Cessna introduced a new variant of the aircraft, the Citation IV.

The distinctive features of the Citation IV design included a pressurized cabin, supercritical wings, and a T-tail. The powerplants utilized were two Williams FJ44s, featuring EFIS avionics. Despite these advanced features, the aircraft did not achieve substantial market success, leading to only four years of production for the variant.

Red Box is delighted to offer an extensive range of ground power and support equipment tailored for this aircraft, encompassing tugs, ground power units, start power units and more. These offerings are meticulously designed to meet the specific requirements of the Cessna Citation IV aircraft.

Explore our comprehensive range of equipment to ensure optimal support for your Cessna Citation IV aircraft operations. This includes the 747C tug, and the RBSC225 continuous power unit, ideal for diagnostic work, pre-flight checks, or continuous powering of equipment during operations without draining the onboard aircraft batteries. Additionally, the twin RB75A is available for starting the aircraft, assisting in avoiding hot starts. We also provide a combination of start and continuous power in one unit for the Cessna Citation IV aircraft in our TC3000 range.

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