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HondaJet Elite: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

HondaJet Elite: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Pros The Elite upgrades the already impressive HondaJet – giving it more range, better fuel efficiency and a cabin with more features and amenities. Cons Some like its looks – others don’t. The wing-mounted engines split opinions but it certainly

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Zunum Aero: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Zunum Aero: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Pros Potentially the most disruptive aircraft since 1958 when the De Havilland Comet became the first passenger jet to cross the Atlantic. Zunum aims to have completely different operating costs from any other small jet. These lower operating costs mean

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Beechcraft King Air 250: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Beechcraft King Air 250: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Pros A rugged aircraft capable of flying into the smallest and most-remote airfields, with a relatively comfortable cabin. Cons Relatively more expensive to own and operate in compared to other turboprops. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Flying The King Air 250 has a maximum

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Bombardier Learjet 70: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Bombardier Learjet 70: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Pros A quick jet with a high quality cabin. Cons Heavier, less capable and more expensive to operate than other light jets. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Flying Launched at EBACE in 2012, the Learjet 70 is an updated version of the popular Learjet

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Boeing BBJ 787: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Boeing BBJ 787: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Pros Being able to fly anywhere in the world without needing to refuel whilst traveling in pure luxury. Cons The aircraft is big and heavy, restricting its access to smaller airports. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Flying The 787 has the one of the

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Beechcraft King Air C90GTx: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Beechcraft King Air C90GTx: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Pros A rugged, reliable turboprop that offers a low-cost entry into a business aviation aircraft. Cons Slower and smaller than other turboprops that are also able to land on unimproved airstrips. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Flying A maximum range of 1,260nm allows passengers

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Bombardier Global 5000: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Bombardier Global 5000: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Pros A popular long-range aircraft, with a great cabin. Being steep-approach certified makes it a versatile aircraft. Cons More expensive to operate than competitors’ aircraft. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Flying The Global 5000 is capable of flying 8 passengers 5,200nm – far enough

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Aerion AS2: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Aerion AS2: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Pros A planned business jet with the ability to fly at supersonic speeds. Cons The AS2 will undoubtedly be expensive to own and operate. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Note – At the time of writing the AS2 has not been built. All stats

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Airbus ACJ319: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Airbus ACJ319: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Pros It is all about the cabin.  Passengers get to travel in ultimate luxury and comfort. ACJs also depreciate well and have similar operating costs to large cabin business jets. The aircraft is extremely reliable but if you need maintenance

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Boeing BBJ 747-8: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Boeing BBJ 747-8: Buyer’s and Investor’s Guide

Pros The BBJ 747-8 is the largest bizliner available and can fly between practically any two cities in the world. Owning a private jumbo jet is also a large status symbol and nothing will match a BBJ 747’s ramp presence.

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