Eclipse 500 owners feel the pain of their Adam counterparts. While the FAA has said it will not ground the aircraft for now, the European Aviation Safety Agency suspended the VLJ’s type certificate as of June 12. The aircraft owners have some reason to be hopeful, however. Eclipse Aerospace Inc., a company founded by two Eclipse 500 owners, has filed a $40-million “stalking horse bid” for the assets of the bankrupt manufacturer. It is one of at least four groups that have expressed interest ...
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