The Citation M2 is a dual-engine very light jet perfect for your air chartering needs. With a high cruise speed and climb rate, the Citation M2 ensures you’ll get to your destination on time, be it for work or pleasure.
Very Light Jet
Take off distance
198 cu ft
45.6 cu ft
JetLevel charges between $4,900-$6,900 per hour for a Citation M2 charter flight. Prices vary depending on the time of year, fuel costs, and your destinations. Contact JetLevel to get more information on booking a charter flight.
The Citation M2 offers small groups great comfort and range when flying. With a maximum range of 1,550 nautical miles, you can easily fly from Chicago to New York or Seattle to Los Angeles. The Citation’s fast climb rate also quickly gets you to a high altitude where you can cruise efficiently, saving on fuel costs.
Thanks to the Citation M2’s Fresh Air System, the cabin stays clean and free of germs. The system brings fresh air from the outside through the engines, which compresses and heats the air. This process kills pathogens and germs before cooling the air again. The air then returns to the cabin as either hot or cold air, depending on your temperature preferences.
Inside the Citation M2, you’ll find a very stylish cabin with eight large windows and four club-facing seats. An additional side seat is also available. The cabin also features a refreshment center, high speed internet and phone service, and front and rear baggage. You can also use the foldaway executive tables to work while in transit.
Many of the cabin’s features, such as temperature and lighting, are also controllable through your own personal mobile device. And no need to worry about your phone losing charge during the flight; the plane offers wireless charging docks and power outlets.
The Citation M2 employs two Williams FJ44 engines, which each produce 1,965 pounds of thrust. These powerful engines are what makes this aircraft so fast and efficient for all kinds of travelers. Plus, the aircraft has been made in America since it first launched in 2011.
The pilots will utilize the M2’s Garmin 3000 avionics, which come complete with an autopilot system. While the plane can be operated by a single pilot, JetLevel always requires two pilots per trip for your safety.