WHERE THE CITATION LONGITUDE COMES TO LIFE
When you take to the skies in a Citation Longitude, you’re flying a super-midsize jet built unlike any other.
Welcome to the aircraft factory of the future, where superior design, engineering and craftsmanship come together to create cutting-edge manufacturing methods.
The Longitude is built with fewer parts – a 10 to one reduction compared to other business jets – significantly cutting down the number of components, and making it easier to inspect during service inspections.
The result? Less down time for the aircraft and lower operating costs.
The jet’s sleek exterior appearance is a result of metal bonding, where large aircraft parts are joined together without rivets that can affect paint quality in the surrounding areas.
This new way of assembling aircraft – from vertical tooling to monolithic machining – results in a greater level of quality and consistency throughout production.
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See how the Longitude compares against other super-midsize jets such as the Gulfstream G280, Bombardier Challenger 350 and Embraer Legacy 500. There’s no need to rely on third-party comparisons that are often inaccurate. See for yourself.