A series of STCs and improvements address the original's shortcomings
One of the more interesting aircraft projects on the near horizon is in fact a second coming of what was surely one of the most controversial civil aircraft ever certified and produced — the Eclipse very light jet. Inspired by a proof-of-concept aircraft sponsored by Williams International to highlight its EJ-22 engine, the Eclipse project launched in 1998. At the outset, the six-seat aircraft was promoted as a twinjet priced less than a piston twin, a category it intended to, well, ...
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