First Available in 2002, Cessna’s Citation CJ3 was designed to be more economical than other jets in its class, including its predecessors in the Citation Jet series which were already known for high performance and low operating costs.
Despite a focus on improving performance and exterior design, the interior of the CJ3 also took a major step forward from previous CJ models. The cabin is longer, with redesigned lush seats that track on two axes to allow for added comfort and space. These seats are normally configured with six places in a center club layout, but can be rearranged for seven or eight passengers.
The cabin also includes a refreshment center with a storage cupboard containing adjustable shelves. Natural light illuminates the cabin through fourteen windows and overhead LEDs have been reconfigured to make the cabin seem even more spacious. In-flight productivity is accommodated by foldout tables and several 110-volt AC power outlets.