I attended the 2021 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) and checked out the latest luxury private jets of 2021 on display.
Cirrus Vision Jet
The Cirrus Vision Jet is an odd-looking V tail airplane, with a single-engine mounted to the top of the fuselage. The listed price is $3 Million.
I was particularly interested in the Vision Jet, as it is a single pilot airplane with 1,275 nm range. Cruising at 305 KTAS and flying as high as 31,000 ft. The one on display at 2021 NBAA-BACE was the latest G2+ Vision Jet
At the 2021 NBAA-BACE indoor exhibition, the Honda Aircraft Company unveiled the “HondaJet 2600 Concept”. Honda Jet is advancing into the mid-size long-range business aviation market, with a single pilot light jet.
The proposed HondaJet 2600 has a range of 2,625 nautical miles. It also features a high-speed cruise of 450 knots and a class-leading ceiling of 47,000 feet.
Dassault Falcon 10X
Dassault Aviation unveiled their all-new Falcon jet 10X this year. During the 2021 NBAA-BACE, a full-size mock-up was presented. The Falcon 10X has a range of over 7,500nm and can fly up to 51,000 ft.
Bombardier Global Express 7500
I visited VistaJet Bombardier Global Express 7500. The Global Express 7500 is the current flagship of Bombardier and a close rival to the Gulfstream G700. It has 7,700 nm range and is currently the largest and longest Bombardier Global Express out there.
I also visited a Boeing 737-700 BBJ at the show, with unique aircraft designer Warja Borges showing me the concept of the design and its luxury interior.
To learn more about the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) and NBAA-BACE visit
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