Nice aircraft indeed.
It seems the world is in fact in an arms race.
It is the Harrier II.
Maybe another test facility would not require 50 ft turning radius.
I understood the reasonable point of ratkinsonjr on retaining current infrastructure.
An electric motor to power the rotor during autorotation after engine failure will add to the safety margin in a way that justifies the extra weight, for sure.
Just 5 or 10 minutes of...
Good to know, anyway.
Embraer 130 does not exist.
I have flown the 135, 145 and had no problems.
Good for safety. For executive aviation, many times a distant airport is "new" for a pilot.
Seeing the runway is very important.
Yokes are good, no problems with them, they really help flying an airplane.
Vertical tail - engine intake interference?
There should be more blending of fuselage and wing leading edge?