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Monday
Nov082010

Cirrus Still Has A Vision (SF50) For The VLJ Market

 With Piper stepping up the game with an enlarged PiperJet 'Altaire' beginning to take shape, it's good to see that the Cirrus Vision SF50 jet is also still moving closer to market reality. Both of these airplanes will benefit from some good old competition as they make their way thru design changes and certification efforts in the future. While the two airplanes take very different approaches to the small personal jet concept, and will likely offer significantly different advantages, they both seem likely to draw a good audience.

 This video does a lot to stir the juices of excitement for where Cirrus is headed with their Vision. Be sure to check out the updated Vision info on the Cirrus website, and I especially recommend you view this 24 page Cirrus Vision Update pdf from October 2010. I also plan to compare the airplanes more closely in the near future... but for now, put a towel under your chin to catch any uncontrolled drooling and enjoy the video!

 

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Reader Comments (1)

I first found this video in one of the reviews on http://business-plan-writer.org/ where the peculiarities of aircraft were showed. Then, I started my own investigation on it, and I've been amazed by the results.

July 25, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterHillary Kaiser

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