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Cirrus Vision Jet is awaiting us on the Morristown airfield. Seven foot long and ten foot long. Nine-foot with a. 38. This jet is installed at the Cirrus plant in Duluth, Minnesota. Like all Cirrus airplanes, it is equipped with an evacuation system known as CAPS. On the Vision Jet, the chute is in the nostril.
Here is the chute in operation during a test mission. Actually the Vision Jet hull is made of charcoal fibre instead of aluminium. CFRP is light and strong than aluminium. Behind the cab there is also a freight area. You see those bare charcoal partitions? Enter and you will find astonishingly spacious cabins and absolute solid window.
Booth is 5. 1 foot width and 4. One foot high. In the foreground, the flight deck of the Vison Jet is intended for use with a soloist. On top of the rider are a couple of air safety helmets and the deployment handle for the canopy. After the launch, drivers will have direct contact with enhanced functionality technologies for artificial eyesight.
Cirrus says the Vision Jet only needs 2,036 ft of airstrip to be picked up. that this Cirrus is actually a jet. As we were compelled to keep an elevation of about 2,500 ft, the first few moments of the ride were quite rough.
But things started smoothing out when we got to 16,000 ft. Vision Jet was quite loud and as a consequence we had to put on headgear to be able to talk. Because of the greenhouse-like windscreen styling, the two front seat units tended to be about Fahrenheit degree hotter than the remainder of the cab.
Cirrus says the Vision Jet can operate at 345 mbph and a max operational height of 28,000ft. With a speed of 345 mbph and a height of 28,000 ft, the jet has a reach of 1,150 mbph. The Vision Jet has so far been a bestseller for Cirrus with around 600 airplanes already on the market.