The Cessna Citation Latitude flaunts the widest cabin by Cessna Aircraft, a subsidiary of Textron Aviation. At 21 feet long and 6.5 feet wide, the cabin is spacious enough to hold nine business-class chairs, while the flat floor and 6 feet of headroom ensure extra comfort to all passengers.
In order to provide a perfectly enjoyable flight experience, the plane was fitted with an innovative pressurization and cooling system, which creates the feeling of flying at under 6,000 feet altitude, even when soaring 45,000 into the air. The passengers are also treated to extra-large windows right next to their seats, so that no spectacular cloud landscape is ever missed by anybody.
Deliveries of the super-midsize jets have only recently (September 2015) started at the steep price of $16.25 million each. They are powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW306D1 turbofan engines, can fly at 513 mph, and can cover 3,280 miles without pause.
Landing is also much easier to perform, the Latitude needing only 3,000 feet of runway for perfectly safe maneuvers. While the passengers enjoy their flight, the pilots are also treated to exciting new features, such as synthetic vision technology and Garmin G5000 touchscreen avionics, because every flight is meant to be exciting and enjoyable for every person onboard.