Cessna Mustang

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Cessna Citation MustangDan Moore
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Three flat-panel displays of the Garmin G1000 fill the panel. Note the big 15-inch multifunction display (MFD) in the center.Robert Goyer
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The Mustang cabin door is a rectangle while other Citation doors taper at the bottom.Robert Goyer
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The very long engine mounting pylon reflects the latest in low-drag design.
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We fly the new Cessna Mustang over the course of two days and are happy to report it is a delight.Dan Moore
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The Garmin G1000 display.Robert Goyer
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All external lights are long-lived LEDs, including the anti-collision “strobes.”Dan Moore
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The very long engine mounting pylon reflects the latest in low-drag design.Dan Moore
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A CAS message in the lower left corner of the MFD in the photo reminds that the pitot-static heat has not yet been turned on, though other systems are set and normal.Robert Goyer
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The photo shows snow returns on the Nexrad picture delivered by XM Weather.Robert Goyer
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Elliptical windows are a Mustang trademark, and their eye-height location gives passengers an excellent view. The cabin cross section size is on par with other members of the Citation 500 family.Dan Moore
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The photo has the topographical features displayed on the map.Robert Goyer
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Ventral fins on the tail help push the nose down at the stall.Dan Moore