The Cessna Citation II / Bravo are light corporate jets built by Cessna as part of the Citation family. Stretched from the Citation I, the Model 550 was announced in September 1976. The Citation Bravo upgraded with new avionics and P&WC PW530A turbofans in April 1995. Production ceased in 2006 after 1,184 of all variants were delivered.
The Bravo was replaced by the better-but-more-expensive Citation CJ3. The competing Beechjet 400A is roomier and faster but needs more fuel and more runway while the compact Learjet 31A competitor is faster but has less range. The faster and more expensive Citation V Ultra's have a longer cabin but consume more fuel.
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