The Citation M2 was designed with an empty compartment beneath the right-hand baggage floor reserved for future electric windshield inverters. However, the program was discontinued by Cessna, leaving the space unused.
Duncan Aviation recently procured engineering to take advantage of this unused space to expand the baggage compartment by designing and fabricating a box insert.
The center of gravity requirements on an M2 makes it necessary to carry as much load in the nose baggage compartment as possible. The addition of this extra space up front allows for better aircraft loading and center of gravity management.
For information on modifying your Citation M2, contact your Duncan Aviation Citation Airframe Service Sales Rep.+
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