The "S" in the name of the new Acclaim from Mooney Airplane refers to the craft’s most distinguishing attribute: speed.
The Swiss-made Pilatus PC-12 turboprop is made to tackle hard work in the world’s more remote places.
A mock-up of the spn, the upcoming light business jet from Grob Aerospace, displays one of the aircraft’s main attractions.
Cirrus Design cofounder Dale Klapmeier says that when he thinks of the Cirrus SRS sport plane (www.cirrusdesign.com), he envisions childr
Would anyone pay $80 million for a private jet that can reach 1,220 mph but is prohibited by government regulators from flying even close to that speed while over land?
As the jet soars over the California coastline, Dave Ryan grins. Ryan, a 10-year veteran of Learjet, is piloting the company’s first production 60 XR, fresh from the factory.
The origin of the phrase "have your ass in a sling" is a matter of debate.
In 1995, Maurício Botelho embarked on a suicide mission. The engineer had been tapped to save Empresa Brasileira de Aeronáutica, a small, dying aircraft manufacturer in São Paulo, Brazil.
The personal minijet now is on the arrival screen. Just as deliveries of very light jets (VLJs) are commencing, some of their makers are turning their attention to even smaller craft.
Mike Van Staagen is a big man; he stands 6-foot-4, with broad shoulders and long legs.