Apparently in response to customer demand, Cessna has increased the range of its new Citation Latitude, announced just four months ago. The bump will give the airplane an extra 300 nm of range, allowing it to connect city dots in a number of cases that it previously couldn't. The new 2,300-nm range is an impressive figure for an airplane in its price range. Cessna did not say how it had improved the range, though presumably it did the vast majority of that job by adding fuel, something that typically requires an airplane to get heavier in other ways to support the additional fuel weight. In the case of the Latitude, however, Cessna says the airplane will not take a payload hit and that much of the improvement in range came about after wind-tunnel testing revealed the design was more efficient than the company had previously thought.