• 2,500 nm

  • 440 ktas

  • 9 people

  • N/A lb

  • 4,030 ft

Soar higher in limitless luxury

Our answer to the next-generation business-travel environment is here. We endeavored to create the most open, spacious, light, and refined cabin environment in this category of aircraft. When we came close to having it right, we displayed a concept mock-up of that cabin interior at our main service center for months, inviting our customers to scrutinize every detail and offer their feedback. That process led to today’s Citation Latitude: a clean, contemporary luxury environment with 77 inches of width, 6 feet of height, a flat floor, and over 21 feet of cabin length. Then we surrounded that interior with an aircraft built to the same rigorous standards. The result is a world-class business jet with 2,500 nm (4,630 km) of range and a maximum cruising altitude of 45,000 feet (13,106 meters). The Latitude takes up to nine passengers farther in wide and spacious luxury.


Long, tall, and wide isn’t even the half of it…

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Generous in size, extravagant in spaciousness and luxury…

Interior ›


Technology that revolutionizes the way pilots access flight data…

Avionics ›


Introducing a new performance paradigm…

Specifications ›

Citation Latitude

It’s the widest Citation in the sky.

Team Latitude

Citation Service employs the best jet service engineers in the industry and groups them into model-specific teams who are committed to owners at any time of day, any day of the year. Team Latitude is dedicated exclusively to answering questions and solving problems for the Citation Latitude. Our service engineers are expertly trained with up-to-the-minute intelligence on each jet.


Model-specific teams are just one part of our robust owner services. Learn more about Citation Service

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Built with heart — made of mettle


Welcome to limitless,
how will you use it?

Our engineers made the Citation Latitude’s all-new fuselage generous in size. Our interior designers made it look and feel even more spacious.

Available Configurations

Pure elegance

Cabin design

The Latitude’s standard seating arrangement features a double side-facing couch for additional, more relaxed passenger space. The left-hand refreshment center and bar is well appointed to meet your beverage and catering needs.

Finally, a midsize jet cabin you won’t have to crouch in. At six feet in height, you’ll stand freely and have plenty of space to stretch out as well, with over 21 feet of cabin length and 77-inch width.

Ergonomic seats
Seat-mounted touch-screens
Double seat couch

In-cabin technology

Stay connected and productive — or entertained — with the Latitude’s state-of-the-art Clairity™ cabin-technology system. The system connects to the Latitude’s advanced avionics center to provide Internet and entertainment to passengers through seat-mounted touch-screen displays or personal electronic devices.

Advanced seating

The ergonomic seats provide added comfort from takeoff to landing. Although roomy, their slim contour and upholstery form a sleek profile, opening the space around them.

Stand-Up Cabin
Well-appointed bar
Private lavatory


Future-facing technology

Future-facing flight deck

This technology revolutionizes the way pilots access flight data. Four glass touch-screen control panels act as the gateway to the entire command center. Intuitive, smartphone-like iconography minimizes visual clutter and simplifies functionality for touch-sensitive ease of use with as few hand-eye movements as possible. With a few flicks of the finger, the Latitude pilot can take command of the aircraft’s robust navigation, traffic, surveillance, and communication systems. The integrated flight-management system (FMS) provides extensive navigation and flight-planning capabilities, as well as en route, takeoff, and landing performance calculations.

A simple touch

At the heart of the Latitude’s advanced avionics suite are its four, full-color, touch-screen LCD control panels serving as the pilot’s primary user interface. This technology has replaced a host of mechanical knobs, buttons, and switches. Instead, pilots are presented with three 14-inch landscape flight displays — WXGA high-resolution displays. Each all-purpose display can function independently as a primary flight display (PFD) or multifunction display (MFD). The displays can also function in multipane mode, showing PFD and MFD side by side on the same screen.

Two of the four panels are installed on the center pedestal for MFD control, and two additional panels control each PFD. Pilots can customize displays via the touch-screen control panels, organizing and prioritizing the flight data that’s presented. Additional functionality offered includes tuning communication and navigation radios and managing specific aircraft systems.

Visually intuitive flight

Featured on the Latitude pilot’s PFD is the Garmin SVT™ (synthetic vision technology) system, offering a virtual-reality view of terrain, obstacles, traffic, and runways — everything beyond the windscreen.

Using the system’s terrain-alerting database, SVT enhances pilots’ situational awareness by creating a dimensional depiction of ground and water features, obstacles, and traffic in proximity to the aircraft. Pilots get a realistic picture of what lies beyond the nose of the Latitude, even in solid IFR or nighttime VFR conditions. On the secondary display, MFD capabilities can be divided into two vertical pages. This facilitates logical pairing of whatever information the pilot needs during any particular point in the flight sequence. For example, airway charts and approach plates or satellite weather and flight-planning data could be displayed simultaneously. With a touch on the glass, pilots can instantly access traffic data, video inputs, radar, alerts, and more.

    Standard Features
  • Flight Displays
  • Synthetic Vision Technology
  • Touch-screen Control Panels
  • Automatic Flight Control System
  • Attitude Heading Reference Systems (AHRS)
  • Integrated Avionics Units
  • Distance Measuring Equipment
  • Flight Management Systems
  • Weather Radar
  • Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS II)
  • Terrain Awareness Warning System (TAWS)
  • Transponders with ADS-B Out Capability
  • Standby Instrumentation
  • Radio Altimeter
  • Cockpit Voice Recorder
  • Emergency Locator Transmitter
  • Maintenance Diagnostics
    Installed on Left-Hand Panel (pilot):
  • Touch-screen LCD Control Panel
  • Primary Flight Display (PFD)
  • Secondary PFD Controller
    Installed on Right-Hand Panel (copilot):
  • Touch-screen LCD Control Panel
  • Primary Flight Display (PFD)
  • Secondary PFD Controller
    Installed on Center Panel:
  • Multifunction Display (MFD)
  • Dual Touch-screen LCD Control Panels
  • Electronic Standby Flight Display (ESFD)
    Installed Beneath Glareshield:
  • Flight Guidance Panel (FGP)
    Installed on LH Tilt Panel:
  • Electrical Power Panel
    Installed on RH Tilt Panel:
  • Anti-Ice/De-Ice Panel
  • Landing Gear Control Panel
    Installed on Pedestal:
  • Engine Power Levers
  • Flaps Control
  • Switch in Throttle Lever
  • Pressurization Panel
  • Engine Control/Start Panel
  • Cockpit/Cabin Temperature Panel
  • Fuel, APU, and Hydraulics


It’s the dawn of a brave new aircraft

Detailed Specifications

Performance data is based on the standard Latitude configuration, operating in International Standard Atmosphere (ISA) conditions with zero wind. Takeoff and landing field lengths are based on a level, hard surface and dry runway.

Actual performance will vary with factors such as environmental conditions, aircraft configuration and operational/ATC procedures.

Preliminary data, subject to change.


  • Length
  • 62 ft 3 in (18.97 m)
  • Height
  • 20 ft 11 in (6.38 m)
  • Wingspan
  • 72 ft 4 in (22.05 m)
  • Wing Area
  • Wing Sweep

  • 543 sq ft (50 sq m)
  • 12.7 degrees
  • 27 ft (8.23 m)
  • 10 ft (3.05 m)
    Cabin Interior
  • Height
  • Width
  • Length

  • 72 in (1.83 m)
  • 77 in (1.96 m)
  • 21 ft 9 in (6.63 m)
  • Maximum Passengers
  • 9
    Baggage Capacity
  • Weight
  • Volume

  • 1,000 lb (454 kg)
  • 126 cu ft (3.57 cu m)
  • Single Pilot Certified
  • No

Wingspan – 72 ft 4 in (22.05 m)

20 ft 11 in (6.38 m)

Length – 62 ft 3 in (18.97 m)


  • Maximum Ramp Weight
  • N/A lb (N/A kg)
  • Maximum Takeoff Weight
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  • Maximum Landing Weight
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  • Maximum Zero Fuel Weight
  • N/A lb (N/A kg)
    Usable Fuel Capacity
  • Weight
  • Volume

  • N/A lb (N/A kg)
  • N/A gal (N/A l)
  • Basic Operating Weight
  • N/A lb (N/A kg)
  • Useful Load
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  • Maximum Payload
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  • Full Fuel Payload
  • N/A lb (N/A kg)


  • Maximum Cruise Speed
  • 440 ktas (815 km/h)
  • Maximum Range
  • 2,500 nm (4,630 km)
  • Takeoff Distance
  • 4,030 ft (1,228 m)
  • Landing Distance
  • 2,780 ft (847 m)
  • Maximum Operating Altitude
  • 45,000 ft (13,716 m)
  • Maximum Climb Rate
  • N/A fpm (N/A mpm)
  • Maximum Limit Speed
  • 0.800 Mach


Two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW306D turbofan engines are installed on the Citation Latitude. The engine is a twin-spool design with a damage-resistant wide chord fan. Behind the fan, four axial and one centrifugal compressor stages lead to a high-efficiency, low-emission, through-flow combustor and five turbine stages. Two-stage variable inlet guide vanes and bleed-off valves are controlled by the FADEC to optimize compressor performance and engine operability.


  • Manufacturer: Pratt & Whitney Canada
  • Model: (2) PW306D
  • Thrust: 5,760 lbf
  • Time Between Overhaul: 6,000 hrs

*Pricing listed subject to escalation.