Project Phoenix Launches Refurbished Jets

Project Phoenix, based in Montreal and Dubai, provides an alternative for buyers who are frustrated in their search for a new jet at the right price with quick delivery. The company buys up used Bombardier CRJ-200 jets that still have plenty of life in them, completely overhauls and updates the systems, creates a new custom interior in executive configuration, and delivers in 12 months. Optional extra fuel tanks provide extended range up to 3,500 miles, and state-of-the-art insulation creates a quieter cabin. The company’s first refurbished CRJ, with seats for 15 passengers, flew in June. (971.4.324.3327, www.projectphoenixaircraft.com)

The aircraft is equipped with bedrooms, a dining room, and even a spa and gym…
Photo by Paul Bowen
The remanufactured Beechjet aircraft will be the first jet in the PlaneSense fleet…
Photo by Chad Slattery
The California operator will add five new Pilatus PC-12 NG turboprop airplanes and four new...
These aircraft may never see a production release, but they signal what aviation’s future may hold…
The two-person flying car was exhibited at this year’s South by Southwest festival…
Photo by Brett Schauf
After more than 300,000 volunteer hours to restore it, the plane is set to take flight later this...
The first chopper to wear the Airbus Helicopters name, the H160 promises to be revolutionary…
Photo by Adrian Koeppel
The massive aircraft will measure an impressive 238 feet long and 385 feet wide…
The forthcoming aircraft offers vertical takeoff and landing and can fly like an airplane…
With Joby Aviation and ESAero, NASA has begun developing the LEAPTech all-electric airplane…