What The Amish Can Teach You About the Citation X

“What the Amish can teach you about the Citation X”

What a catchy little title.  You know, the Amish can teach you a great many things about land management, working together to create a successful community.  The ability to grow the very, and healthy foods I might add, that we eat.  How they are able to create such amazing wood work.  I mean, yes, the Amish people do have my respect for a great many things.  But, the Amish cannot teach you a thing about the Cessna Citation X.   🙂

The Citation X:

Citation X at Cruise

She is a Beautiful Aircraft.  This is her at cruising altitude.

The Citation X is the fastest Corporate Jet in the World Today:

Citation X exterior

Normal Cruise is 604 Miles Per Hour

The Citation X was first announced in 1990.  The first delivery was to Arnold Palmer in August of 1996.

Arnold Palmer - Citation X

At just over a 23 foot cabin interior the Citation X boasts a very comfortable Cabin for sure.  Typical seating is for 8 or 9 passengers:

Citation X Interior 2.jpg

The Range Map of the Citation X 3,125 nautical miles:

Citation X Range Map

She can go coast to coast non stop.  Just over 4 hours from Seattle to New York.

A beautiful aircraft.  Very popular aircraft to be certain.

One of the things that is noticeable about this bird are the size of the Engines, powered by two Rolls Royce, Turbo Fan Engines:

Citation X on the Ramp

Seriously!  This aircraft looks like it is going FAST!  Just sitting on the Ramp!!

General characteristics

  • Crew: 2
  • Capacity: 12 passengers[6]
  • Length: 72 ft 4 in (22.05 m)
  • Wingspan: 63 ft 7 in (19.38 m)
  • Height: 19 ft 2 in (5.84 m)
  • Wing area: 527.0 ft² (48.96 m²)
  • Aspect ratio: 7.8:1
  • Empty weight: 21,600 lb (9,798 kg)
  • Max. takeoff weight: 35,700 lb or 36,100 lb[6] (16,374 kg)
  • Powerplant: 2 × Rolls-Royce/Allison AE 3007C or 3007C1 turbofan, 6,442 lbs or 6,764 lbs (28.66 kN or 30.09 kN[6]) each


Yes, the Amish people may know alot about the land and it’s community.  But not too much about the Citation X.  Pretty certain if you were in the Upper NE area of the United States, and asked an Amish Member about the Citation X, you may just get a blank Stare!

Ask them about farming, wood, foods, family and community, and you will get all the info you need.