Weight & dimensions
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The Cessna Citation Columbus was a business jet project by Cessna, part of the Cessna Citation family.
The Model 850 was launched in February 2008 and cancelled in July 2009. It would have been the largest model of the family at the time. Powered by 8,830 lbf (39.3 kN) PW810 turbofans and a 4,000nmi (7,400km) range, the $27 million aircraft had a 709 sq ft (66 m²), 30° swept wing.