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Cessna Citation I
« on: August 30, 2020, 08:57:40 PM »
Cessna Citation I MBAI - Public Beta

The Cessna 500 Citation I is a small business jet announced by Cessna in October 1968 and is the basis of the Citation family. The Fanjet 500 prototype first flew on September 15, 1969 and it was certified as the Citation on September 9, 1971, upgraded in 1976 as the Citation I and a single pilot variant, production ended in 1985 after 689 deliveries. Powered by JT15D turbofans, the straight wing aircraft was developed into the Citation II/Bravo.

The AI model for FSX has been developed by Morten Blindheim at One Click Hangar. In addition to the factory options, the Cessna Citation I AI model is available with FJ44 engines and the Eagle II conversion wing. For simplicity, the AI model has been modelled with four different wings and four different engines.

Additionally, there are a multitude of antenna, dome and engine variations which can be added using alpha channels.

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Cessna Citation I
« on: August 30, 2020, 08:57:40 PM »