The Bravo has several baggage compartments with a combined capacity of seventy-three cubic feet, or about seven suitcases, four golf bags, and a few sets of skis. There is a convenient compartment beside the cabin lavatory for coats and carry-on items, and all of the seats have storage drawers beneath them.
Cessna put an end to cabin pressurization problems in the Bravo by increasing the pressurization to 9.1 psi and installing a digital pressurization controller. It also equipped the cockpit with systems providing traffic avoidance information, weather radar and digital maps.
With its long-flights advantage, some examples of non-stop flights include New York to Miami, Los Angeles to San Francisco, and Aspen to Southern California.