Autopilot in CJ4 and Longitude in Microsoft Flight Simulator (2020) Posted September 9 On 8/23/2020 at 10:08 AM, KenG said: Well make sure you are flying the right airplane. The Citation Longitude is not the same as the Citation CJ4. The CJ4 is standard business jet and represents the Cessna Citation model C525C. The Citation Longitude is a "premium" airplane and is a updated version of the Sovereign as the Cessna Citation model C700. The Longitude as Asobo built is is at best utter garbage. There is so many things just wrong with this airplane and paying for the premium edition to get this is a rip off. The flight dynamics are wrong, stall speeds are off, cruise speeds at FL400 is way off, the G5000 is basically the TBM's G3000 without any of the features needed for the C700. I am sorry but this looks like something Abacus would have spit out for a money grab and not a premium aircraft that we paid extra for. I am not expecting PMDG quality here, but even for default this sets a whole new low. The fact Asobo has not immediately acknowledges this is disturbing. They owe us a public apology for releasing an aircraft that was nowhere near ready for prime time. They have a group of paid pilot testers, how did those guys miss all of these issues? I'm not impressed with the encrypted configs. Models, textures, sounds, sure, but a text file that would allow us to change/correct the "behaviour" of the model, is not cool.