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AIRCRAFT SPECIFICATION & PERFORMANCE REVIEW

Long ago Asia embraced its vast water resources as highways for transportation needs: in commerce, defense, exploration, individual travel and trade. But the region’s largest and oldest civilization is only now starting to broadly explore another ocean for private travel - one that surpasses the waterways.

AvBuyer   |   25th January 2011
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Chinese business is embracing Business Aviation

Long ago Asia embraced its vast water resources as highways for transportation needs: in commerce, defense, exploration, individual travel and trade. But the region’s largest and oldest civilization is only now starting to broadly explore another ocean for private travel - one that surpasses the waterways.

Unlike the waterways, the seamless sky does not recognize obstacles - it sails over mountains, soars over the seas, and it is open to all who invest in the machinery and infrastructure needed to travel through it.

With an aircraft at its disposal, any business or entrepreneur can rapidly move people and merchandise between 500 and 1,000 kilometers in only a few hours.

Small jets – those weighing up to 9,000 kilograms – are capable of covering 2,000 kilometers in five hours or less, while the largest jets can reach the far side of the globe non-stop in 13 to 14 hours while carrying 19 passengers or more.

As China continues to expand its civilian airspace access, grow its airport numbers and fully embrace private aircraft, businesses in the country have an opportunity to leapfrog their competitors through the use of business aircraft specifically because of the aircraft’s ability to shrink vast distances down to small time increments, thereby enabling their passengers to quickly reach the world’s exciting markets wherever they are on the planet.

Over the following pages, we’ll review the current and in-development aircraft models offered by all of the major Business Aviation manufacturers, by aircraft category, starting with the Very Light Jets (Entry Level) and Light Jets.

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