These six fledglings have already left the nest or are just getting ready to spread their wings for the first time.
Larry Bean has been with Robb Report since 1998. As the executive editor, he works primarily with the editors and writers involved with the magazine’s automotive, motorcycle, collectibles, and private-aviation coverage. He is based in Massachusetts, where he teaches communications courses at Boston University. He has been an editor of magazines, newspapers, and books for more than 20 years.
The Hungarian-designed and Virginia-assembled light sport plane promises fun and efficient flying for recreational pilots.
look at the vertical takeoff and landing aircraft designs that may represent the future of travel around—and between—cities.
The Beijing Red Cross takes delivery of a G550 that has been converted into an airborne emergency room.
The low-boom aircraft could be certified to operate in areas where noise restrictions normally prevent supersonic flight.
Silicon Valley’s Opener may deliver examples of its personal aircraft as early as next year—and you won’t need a pilot’s license to fly one.
The aircraft-engine builder’s design could carry four or five passengers for 500 miles at 250 mph.
Plans call for the Flaris LAR 1 to be initially sold in the United States as an experimental aircraft.
Certification and deliveries of the three-wheeled Pal-V Liberty gyroplane are still at least two years away.