Since its debut in commercial airline fleets in 2007, the Airbus A380—the world’s largest passenger aircraft—has sparked a rivalry among i
For pure flying pleasure it’s hard to beat an open-cockpit biplane, and now pilots can enjoy that classic experience in a brand-new Waco with
Italy-based Tecnam has certified its roomy four-seat twin-engine P2006T for the U.S. market.
The Cessna Aircraft Company delivered its first Citation CJ4 (www.cessna.com
For the last eight years, the Cirrus SR22 has remained the best-selling single-piston aircraft on the market—a distinctio
Popular with owner-pilots, the TBM 850 delivers speed and range comparable to that of some smaller jets.
Cessna's acclaimed entry-level light jet, the twin-engine Citation Mustang, is big and powerful enough to satisfy those moving up from piston
Diamond’s single-engine D-Jet has been flying in test mode for a few years now, but the track to certification has slowed as the program seek
The popular SR22, which has dominated the single-engine piston market since its introduction in 2000, continues to incorporate user-friendly
The Gulfstream G150—the smallest jet in the venerable Gulfstream line—has continental range, capable of nonstop legs from New York to Los Ang
Embraer followed up its popular Phenom 100 with the beefier 300, certified in late 2009.
The Citation Sovereign offers a nice mix of comfort, performance, and economy, but it is perhaps best known for its short-field performance.
The XLS+, introduced in 2008, is the latest model in the best-selling Excel line, adding powerful new digital-control engines by Pratt &
The commercial version of this jet carries 100 passengers, but in the executive model, just 19 seats share the cabin.
Evolved from the popular 604 model, the 605 entered service in 2007.
This roomy jet, derived from Bombardier’s CRJ200 regional airliner, benefits from the CRJ’s 13 million hours of flight time.
To create a faster and smaller version of its Global Express ultralong-range jet, Bombardier cut two feet out of the fuselage for the Global
The XRS replaced the original Global Express jet when it started deliveries in December 2005.
Cessna’s entry-level jet aims to bring in first-time jet buyers and keep them in the Citation family as they trade up.
This newest addition to Cessna’s CJ line, providing a step up from the CJ3, started deliveries in April 2010.
The Falcon 7X flies faster, farther, and higher than any of Dassault’s other Falcon models.
In 2009, Diamond reintroduced its attractive little four-seat twin with new engine options, to replace the Thielert diesels that proved troub
This jet, introduced in 2007, evolved from the Learjet 60, which entered service in 1993.
The G650, now in development from an all-new design, extends the venerable Gulfstream line with even more range and a bigger cabin.
The CJ3 evolved from Cessna’s popular CJ2 model to meet the practical needs of business travelers for economy and reliability.
Bombardier invested two years of market research into the design of this airplane, and industry experts agree that the effort paid off.
The 900XP can trace its roots back to a 1960s-era de Havilland jet, but since then it has undergone continuous improvement, k
The 400XP has a long pedigree, beginning with its origin as a Mitsubishi Diamond jet.
For the globe-trotting traveler, the long legs of the G500 (introduced in 2002) can connect Los Angeles to Tokyo or London to Johannesburg wi
Derived from Embraer’s ERJ 135, the Legacy 600 was the company’s first executive jet, with nearly 200 now flying.