Peter V. Agur Jr.
With airplane sales lagging, many manufacturers have slowed down development of new models, but Embraer is forging ahead with its Legacy 450
Piper, following the lead of other major manufacturers of personal aircraft, has added a two-seat sport airplane to the front of its line, as
LoPresti’s single-prop flier, the Fury, is no shaky aerobatic bird, nor is it restricted in range or speed.
Cessna won federal approval for its latest corporate jet, the CJ4, in March, paving the way for deliveries to start later this year.
Scheduled for delivery later this year, the Embraer Legacy 650 (www.embraer
Fresh avionics can do a lot to revitalize an older but still airworthy airplane, and a new upgrade from Sierra Industries promises to get agi
The Dornier 328 seats 32 in its original airliner configuration, but now LiveJet, based in Indiana, has converted one to a 12-seat executive
The concept of a personal jet is certainly a seductive one, but the reality has proved less thrilling.
Embraer, the Brazil-based builder of executive jets, now offers an upgraded version of its popular Legacy 600 model, with about an extra 600