March 22, 2018 – We are proud to announce another stunning new aircraft has been added to our charter fleet. This 2013 Cessna Citation M2 is now available for luxurious private jet charter services. Based in sunny Carlsbad, California (perfect for San Diego and Los Angeles private jet charter flights), this light jet provides the flexibility and efficiency needed to get you where you need to go. Managing the largest and newest fleet of light jets in the United States and the most Citation CJ3s in the world, Latitude 33 Aviation is the expert in light jets. It is no surprise the new owners of this exquisite aircraft chose Latitude 33 Aviation to handle the aircraft acquisition, acceptance, and final delivery process.
Style, Comfort, and Features Galore
With seating for up to six passengers, a private belted lavatory, and spacious leather seats, traveling with family and friends is an experience unlike any other. The Citation M2’s elegant Carbon interior design and comfort define traveling in style. Stay connected with high speed WiFi while you enjoy the view from eight large passenger windows.
A favorite among private fliers, the Citation M2 provides efficient flying with low operating and maintenance costs. This new light jet has a maximum range of 1,540 nautical miles and cruising speed of 464 miles per hour. Perfect for business trips and meetings, this aircraft was manufactured for efficient and convenient travels. Saving time and money, country singer and pilot Dierks Bentley flies the Citation M2 to perform at his concerts and back home to his family.
Bring the Extra Luggage
Bring your favorite shoes, tennis rackets, luggage, ski equipment etc. and store them away in the spacious baggage compartment. Designed for safety and a certified single pilot, the Citation M2 is equipped with the state-of-the-art Garmin G3000 Integrated Avionics System. Easy to access diagnostics and weather management systems reduce pilot workload and increase safety. Redefine your travel requirements and book your next trip in our newest Cessna Citation M2.