Powered by a pair of Honeywell HTF7700Ls delivering 7,550 pounds of thrust each, the Longitude is a true trans-continental aircraft with a 3,400 nm capability @M0.80, or a 476 ktas top speed, according to Textron. The aircraft’s flat-floor cabin will carry as many as 10 passengers, with a crew of two up front, or a 1,500-pound payload when carrying a full fuel load. The Longitude’s cockpit was created around a Garmin G5000 touch-screen system. At its maximum operating altitude of 45,000 feet, the Longitude’s cabin will remain just under 6,000 feet. The new business jet’s 110-cubic-foot baggage compartment is fully accessible in-flight.