When Cessna redesigned their popular CJ1 aircraft, the result was the CJ2: bigger, faster, and more capable. The cabin and wingspan have been stretched from it’s predecessor. The CJ2 has a significantly increased payload capacity in comparison to the CJ1, and features increased range. The cabin holds six passengers with a generous baggage compartment. There is also an enclose fully flushing lavatory for passenger convenience.
The CJ2 maintains the tradition of the private jet Citation line: economy, simplicity, and performance. Its operating costs are just as low as the original Citation Jet, but it offers a lot more range and a faster cruise speed. Examples of possible nonstop trips include Oakland to Cabo and San Francisco to Calgary.