Cessna celebrates two more Mustang certifications

Washington DC
Source: Flightglobal.com
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Cessna has gained Canadian and Japanese certification for its six-place $2,5 million Citation Mustang very light jet, bringing the total number of countries where the aircraft is certified to 51, according to the company.
With 130 aircraft delivered since September 2006, the initial certification date by the US Federal Aviation Administration, the Mustang fleet has accumulated more than 19,000 flight hours, with the high-time aircraft logging more than 500h.


The Mustang features a Garmin G1000 avionics panel that includes two 25.4cm (10in) primary flight displays, one 38.1cm multi-function display and an integrated GFC700 dual-channel, fail passive, digital autopilot.