The Citation Mustang is a very-light-jet developed from Cessna in 2006. The Citation Mustang is built for those who regularly travel 1 to 2 hours with 2 to 3 passengers and is a common plane used in the plane charter segment. The Mustang is popular for its single-pilot capabilities as well as its low operating costs. The Mustang compares to the bigger charter aircraft: Phenom 100 and the smaller Eclipse 500. Demand for the Mustang has dropped since it came out due to the economic downturn and more competition in the very-light category. The Mustang is still a trendy option for pre-owned buyers given its low operating costs and great value. Cessna stopped producing the Mustang in 2014 due to lower demand.