As programs advance and orders mount, acceptance of VLJs is also on the rise
Manufacturers of very light jets are more confident than ever that the new class of aircraft will succeed economically, though none is in service yet and estimates of the size of the market still vary wildly. Confident, too, are the planners of "air taxi" services, though not a passenger has flown on the VLJs they plan to use. And other parts of the traditionally conservative aviation world seem increasingly receptive to the VLJ concept. "With the entry of the VLJs into the environment, ...
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