✧ The Vision Jet is a single-engine, turbofan-powered personal jet. It is designed to be an entry-level jet, targeting owner-pilots, business travelers, and regional transportation needs.
✧ Unlike traditional business jets that typically have multiple engines, the Vision Jet is equipped with a single Williams FJ33-5A turbofan engine. This engine provides efficient and reliable performance for the aircraft.
✧ The Vision Jet can comfortably seat up to five adults, including the pilot. It features a spacious cabin with a flexible seating configuration, allowing for easy reconfiguration to accommodate passengers or cargo.
✧ This small aircraft was built by Cirrus Aircraft.
✧ It can also be used as a cargo aircraft.
✧ A COST-EFFECTIVE OPTION
Compared to traditional business jets, the Vision Jet is relatively more affordable in terms of purchase price, operating costs, and maintenance. This makes it an attractive option for individuals and small businesses looking to enter the world of private jet ownership.
✧ A VERSATILE CABIN
The Vision Jet features a versatile cabin layout that can be easily reconfigured to accommodate different passenger or cargo needs. The flexible seating arrangement allows for a comfortable and customizable flying experience.
✧ AN EASY TO OPERATE AIRCRAFT
The Vision Jet is designed to be user-friendly and easy to operate. It features systems like the Cirrus Known Ice Protection™, which enables safe flight in known icing conditions. The simplified power management system also helps streamline engine operations for the pilot.
✧ A SMALL BUT FAST BIRD
The Vision Jet offers impressive performance capabilities with a maximum cruising speed of around 345 knots (638 km/h) and a maximum range of approximately 1,200 nautical miles (2,222 km). It can reach a maximum operating altitude of 28,000 feet, allowing for efficient and swift travel.
Source: Cirrus Aircraft
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