Cirrus Jet

The Cirrus Jet

class="mw-editsection-bracket">[edit]/span> In 2006, Cirrus began receiving $100,000 in bail for the plane. As part of its PR work, the firm first presented the depositors with a sketch of the plane in the shape of a riddle, one by one. In December 2006, Cirrus reported that its products would be the "slowest, deepest and least expensive jet on the market.

"The SF50 is driven by a Williams FJ33-4A-19 diesel power unit, which generates 1,900 lbs of 8,500 liters of thruster power and is estimated to run at about 300 kph (560 km/h). The Cirrus company announces that the pilots' education standards will be set in the certification similar to the Eclipse 500, making it a regulatory standard.

In December 2008, the SF50 was priced at $1 million (basic)[24] and $25 million (equipped)[26] at the start of operations. Further awards that the plane has won are among others: Federal Aviation Authority (6 September 2018). Returned on September 6, 2018. "The Cirrus jets are about to be certified." Returned May 17, 2016.

Cirrus receives Vision Jet certification". Returned 2016-11-01. Cirrus Aircraft News (April 2012). "Full Speed Ahead" for the revolutionary Vision SF50 Jet Program". Bounced 2014-12-04. Returned 2017-06-25. Niles, Russ. "The Cirrus SF50 certified: The first delivery in December". Brought back on October 31, 2016. Cirrus Vision SJ50" (PDF).

The Cirrus Design. Returns 2008-12-18. His name is Russ Niles (2008-05-22). "The Cirrus is updating its jet program, showing pictures." Returns 2008-04-23. See a page "Vision Jet Brochure" (PDF). This is Cirrus Aircraft. A "'b" "Vision Jet. This is Cirrus Aircraft. Niles, Russ (June 2008). "Zirrus rolls out the jet." Bounced 2008-06-27. Norwegian Aero-news. net (July 2008).

Brought back 2008-07-03. Pew, Glenn (July 2008). "Cirrus' The-Jet Flies, July 3rd." Brought back in 2008-07-04. Laboda, Amy (April 8, 2016). "Zirrus debuts definitive Vision Jet interior." Oshkosh: Cirrus goes into the last section of the SF50 tests. Returned on September 12, 2015. Niles, Russ (April 2007). "The Cirrus'the-jet' Picture Is Created."

Bounced 2007-12-31. Aero News Network (April 2007). "The Cirrus will unveil the The-Jet mockup." Returned on February 4, 2011. Returned on April 18, 2017. Saini, Meredith (December 2007). "Zirrus is securing space for jet equipment." Bounced 2007-12-31. Returned 2015-02-18. "The Cirrus Vision SJ50 softly welcomes the public." Brought back 2008-08-06. Grady, Mary (December 2008).

"The Cirrus Vision Jet Update." Retracted 2008-12-04. "The Cirrus Jet gets lighter." Bounced 2014-12-23. Chart no. 1 (December 2008). "EASA Over Vision Jet Certification fees". Returns 2008-12-11. Russ Niles (2007-09-27). "Cirrus Jet Prototype L-3 SmartDeck selected." Brought back 2007-09-28. "Garmin Treatment Cirrus Vision." Brought back 2009-01-30.

Cirrus Design (2009-03-31). "The Cirrus Aircraft and Garmin are partners for Vision SF50 Avionics" (PDF). Brought back 2009-04-02. Brought back 2009-06-18. Niles, Russ (June 2009). "Clapmeier plays for Cirrus Jet." Bounced back 2009-06-26. Niles, Russ (July 2009). Bounced back 2009-07-07-07. Niles, Russ (June 2009). "Cirrus' Jet's Future." Bounced back 2009-06-27.

Grady, Mary (July 2009). "The Cirrus On The Vision Jet." Bounced back 2009-07-28. Niles, Russ (July 2009). Bounced back 2009-07-31. Niles, Russ (July 2009). "Zirrus says more jet talk is possible." Bounced back 2009-07-31. Grady, Mary (September 2009). "The Cirrus is setting a $1.39 million introductory pricing for Vision Jet." Brought back 2009-09-06.

Cirrus Aircraft (September 2009). "2009 Cirrus announces awards for the Revolutionary Vision SF50 Personal Jet". Archives from the orginal on 23. September 2009. Brought back 2009-09-06. "The Cirrus Jet in Capital Crunch, but forward." Bounced back 2009-11-06. Grady, Mary (January 2010). "The Cirrus Updates Jet Progress." Retracted 2010-01-28. Grady, Mary (June 2010).

"Zirrus moves forward with Vision Jet." Returned on June 3, 2010. Grady, Mary (April 17, 2012). The Cirrus is ready to move forward with the "jet". Returned on April 18, 2012. Niles, Russ (July 22, 2012). The Cirrus Upbeat Under Chinese Ownership. Returned on July 24, 2012. "Zirrus is discontinuing jet production." Returned on February 21, 2013.

Cirrus Owner Eyes 2013 Jet Rollout. Bounced 2013-04-23. "Zirrus is ready for vision jet production." Returned on July 1, 2013. "The Cirrus SF50 VisionJet: Brought back on October 11, 2013. Grady, Mary (March 24, 2014). "Zirrus flies the final version of the Vision Jet." Returned on March 25, 2014. Cirrus is ready to take the first Vision SF50 - 1/29/2014".

Brought back 2014-02-04. "Celebrate the Old and the New at Cirrus" Aviation Week & Space Technology, July 28, 2014. 2014 " Online September 1, 2014. September 4th, 2014. Niles, Russ (November 26, 2014). "The Second Cirrus Test Jet Flies." Returned on November 27, 2014. "Zirrus is flying the third and last SF50 Vision test aircraft." Brought back on December 29, 2014.

Niles, Russ (February 14, 2015). "The Cirrus Eyes Jet Factory At Duluth." Returned on February 16, 2015. Niles, Russ (22 April 2015). "The Cirrus Jet Production Begins." Brought back on April 23, 2015. Garmin is developing the Cirrus Jet Touch Screen Panel. Returned on September 14, 2015. Cirrus is planning jet deliveries through 2Q 2016. Returned on January 18, 2016.

The Cirrus Jet canopy system does not require flying tests". Returned on March 29, 2016. Cirrus Jet Flying Production. Returned on May 16, 2016. "The Cirrus Jet is now making its final approach to FAA certification." July 21, 2016. Cirrus ships its first Vision Jet and introduces a new system". Returned on December 19, 2016. Grady, Maria (December 19, 2016).

"Zirrus delivers the first jet." Returned on December 21, 2016. "is ready for final verification in Europe." Grady, Maria (May 2, 2017). "and Cirrus receives production certificate for Vision Jet." Returned on May 3, 2017. "The Cirrus Vision Jet receives approvals in Europe." Mark Huber (25 July 2017). "The Cirrusamping Up Production." "circrus nails the jet."

When size is not measured by total velocity, mere efficiencies or Herkulan payloads, but how well the aircraft is designed by the prospective purchaser, the Vision Jet is both a large and a significant aircraft. Situated at a typical bill of $2. 1 million, the Vision Ray is the cheapest jet out there and on a velocity versus dollar array, it keeps more than its own against whatever competition has it in the low and long series, and that is generally nothing in the turbo jet class.

"Cirrus Vision Jet". The Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet. Matt Thurber (December 2017). "The SF50 single-engine car is conquering a new market segment in the class of owner-operated vehicles" (PDF). Grady, Maria (April 4, 2018). "Necklace Trophy goes to Cirrus Jet." Returned on April 6, 2018. Returned on April 7, 2018. 7 April 2017. Returned on April 7, 2018.

Returned on April 7, 2018. Returned on April 7, 2018. Cirrus Vision Jet won the Flying Innovation Award 2018. 24 July 2018. Returned on July 25, 2018. "The SATSair will order Cirrus Vision SJ50." Brought back 2008-08-06. Grady, Mary (August 2008). "SATSair Air taxi operation". Brought back 2008-08-07. Niles, Russ (October 2009).

Retracted 2010-01-13. Air Taxi is planning 30 planes for the Cirrus fleet. "Matt Thurber, The Jet Information" (November 28, 2017). The Cirrus Vision Jet.

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