Where have we heard this before? High-performance airplanes for the owner-pilot. General aviation aircraft deliveries exceeding 20,000 a year. Low-cost small turbine engines. Personal jets. This time, we're hearing it from NASA Administrator Daniel Goldin and disciples of the NASA-funded General Aviation Propulsion (GAP) program, a self-described government/industry partnership to jointly develop a new generation of low-cost engines for light aircraft. The rationale behind GAP is that ...

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