Rooftop landings are no longer just for helicopters.
The jet’s interior includes two private suites with VIP seats that can carry 31 passengers.
The sky’s no limit for Gogo’s Vision 360.
The engine builder says it will be powering Vertical Aerospace’s VA-X4 to a top speed of 200 mph. Its first flight will happen this year.
In 1999, the Cirrus SR20 was launched as an easy-to-fly airplane. This much more sophisticated, limited-edition model is a nod to its future.
The big game’s air show also promises to be spectacular, with a B2 stealth bomber flying over Raymond James stadium for the national anthem.
Travel across the pond in style.
Metro Hop’s two-passenger, pilotless aircraft is designed to land and take off in just 82 feet, making rooftop runways an option.
Sharing the common theme of innovation, here are the most noteworthy aircraft from aviation’s pioneering days through today’s advanced business jets.