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1987 Cessna S550 Citation S​/​II

Used
$2,850,000
07/01/2024
Est: $21,136/mo
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Registration no. S550-0144Serial no. N840JH
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Aircraft Listing Type

For Sale

Highlights

  • Clifford S550 FJ44 STC 
  • Williams TAP
  • Only 1710 Engine Hrs
  • Universal EFI-890R EFIS
  • ADSB | RVSM
  • TCAS-II 
  • Bravo Interior Upgrade 

Seller location

Washington, District of Columbia, United States

Aircraft location

Aurora State Airport, 3040 25th St SE, Aurora, Oregon 97002, United States

Airframe Total time

8,525 hours

Airframe Description

  • Total Landings: 7,411
  • ADS-B Out | RVSM 
  • RNP/B-RNAV/P-RNAV 

Engine 1 hours

1,711 hours SMOH

Engine 2 hours

1,711 hours SMOH

Propulsion

Engines

  • Engine Model: Williams FJ44-3A
  • Total Cycles: 1033

Clifford S550 FJ44 Engine STC Improvement 

Package Highlights:

  • 40% Better NBAA IFR Range – 4 Pass
  • 25% Faster Long Range Cruise Speed
  • 28% Fuel Savings
  • 13% More Thrust
  • 10% Reduction in Takeoff Field Length
  • 4,000 Hour TBO
  • Idle Thrust reduced by 325 lbs per side
  • Range increased to 2,500 nm
  • Climbs to 43,000 ft in 27 minutes
  • FADEC Engine Control
  • Dual FADEC Air Data Sources Added
  • Dual Ignition Exciters on Each Engine
  • Significant Reduction in Residual Thrust
  • New Bleed Air Inter-Coolers & Control Valves
  • New Ametek Digital Engine Display
  • Carbon Fiber Aft Cowls
  • Heavy Duty BFG Brakes
  • More Mass Airflow for Better ACM Spool Up and Heat at Altitude
  • Mach Warning Box Replaced with Digital Controller
  • Starter/Gen Cooled with Fan Bypass Air – Increasing Life on Starter/Gen Brushes 
  • New Current Technology Fuel Flow Transmitter

Flight rules

Instrument Flight Rules

Navigation equipment

  • EFIS: Universal 890R 3-Tube EFIS w/ SVT
  • FMS: Dual Universal UNS-1LW’s
  • Flt Dir: Sperry SPZ-500 
  • Autopilot: Sperry SPZ-200 
  • ADF: Dual Collins ADF-60A
  • Nav: Dual Collins VIR-32 w/FM Immunity
  • DME: Dual Collins DME-42
  • Comm: Dual Collins VHF-22A w/8.33 spacing
  • Transp: Dual Collins TDR-94D Mode S enhanced
  • Radar: Collins WXR CLR Radar
  • TCAS: Collins TTR 4000 TCAS II
  • Radar Alt: Collins ALT-55B 
  • TAWS: Sandel ST-3400 TAWS B
  • CVR/FDR: Fairchild 
  • Hi Freq: King KHF-950 w/AvTech CSD-10 SELCAL
  • Dual Universal RCU’s 
  • Ametek Digital Engine Display

Number of seats

9

Interior Condition

  • 9 Passenger Configuration
  • Light Tan Seating
  • Brown, Patterned Side-Walls
  • Forward 2-Place Divan
  • Center 4-Place Club
  • Aft, Belted Lav
  • Cockpit Glareshield Mod
  • Slimline Refreshment Center
  • MSA Window Shades
  • Citation Bravo Interior Upgrade
  • In Excellent Condition

Exterior Condition

  • Overall Matterhorn White & Medium Gray W/ Platinum 
  • Silver Stripe (Restripe in 2022)

Paint Year

2022

Inspection Status

  • Phase 5 due 6/26
  • New Pressurization Controller (Ov./Exch)
  • Recent Brakes

Damage history

  • No Known Damage History

Supporting Materials

Spec - Citation SII 144.pdf
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07/01/2024
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