The Cessna Citation V (Model 560) is a turbofan-powered small-to-medium sized business jet built by the Cessna Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas. A stretch of the Cessna Citation II series, the Citation V aircraft was evolved into the Citation Ultra, the Citation Encore, and the Citation Encore+ models.
The Cessna Citation V was produced in the late 1980s. Its design was based more on the Citation II/SP, which was the most advanced of the group of light jets at the time. Improvements included more powerful turbofan engines and increased length of the cabin by 20 inches.
When the Citation V was produced it had one of the largest cabins in the light jets but also greater luggage space than many of its competitors.
Capacity: Up to 8 passengers
Cabin Length, Height, Width: 17.3 ft, 4.9 ft, 4.8 ft