Sponsored by Cessna Aircraft Co., a subsidiary of Textron, Inc., the Citation Bravo was announced at the Farnborough Air Show in September 1994 to replace the Citation II. The most significant difference is the replacement of the Citation II's Pratt & Whitney of Canada JT15D-4 turbofans with the Bravo's newer and more powerful PW530A's. Standard seating configuration for the Citation Bravo is for seven passengers, arranged in a club of four plus three additional seats. A refreshment center is aft of the pilot and forward of the cabin door. A full width aft lavatory with a belted seat certificated for all phases of flight is standard.
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