Nextant 400XT

The Hawker Beechjet 400A/XP® is one of the most popular light jet aircraft due to its cabin size, speed and reliability. The aircraft is operated domestically and internationally in many missions. The drawback of the 400A/XP, and most of its competitive aircraft, is its range. The 400A/XP has a range of only 1,333 nm with … More Nextant 400XT

PEUGEOT DESIGN LAB / JET-HX1 CONCEPT

  This concept of business jet is inspired by the world of concept car HX1. It offers a vision luxurious, hi-tech and exclusive business trip. It has a strong formal identity, featuring innovations. This identity is characterized by a perfectly shaped body that incorporates in its reactors shaped, like a fighter. In the same spirit, the rudder is … More PEUGEOT DESIGN LAB / JET-HX1 CONCEPT

Private jet travel pitched at first-class price

Travel in private aircraft like this Embraer 300 is being offered at deep discounts by Jumpjets. On-demand private jet travel from 40 cities to 500 U.S. airports will soon be an option for prices starting at an average of less than $3,000 per round trip flight, thanks to patent-pending scheduling software developed by a California … More Private jet travel pitched at first-class price

China’s Stealth Fighters the Jing and Jang ……Jing-20 and Jang-21…clones of the F-22 and F-35

Eloise Lee and Robert Johnson | Mar. 9, 2012, 12:03 PM | 271,273 | 95 The Chinese obviously copied the F-22 and F-35  designs just look at the pictures New pictures of the China’s J-20 Mighty Dragon stealth fighter have surfaced and are making their way across military blogs. This newest round of photos show the J-20 in the skies somewhere over mainland China. … More China’s Stealth Fighters the Jing and Jang ……Jing-20 and Jang-21…clones of the F-22 and F-35

Cessna reclaims title of fastest jet Citation Ten gets a speed boost to Mach 0.935

Cessna engineers have found a way to boost the speed of the Citation Ten, the follow-on to the Mach 0.92 Citation X, from Mach 0.92 to Mach 0.935. That beats the Gulfstream 650, once the fastest business jet in the world, which flew at Mach 0.925. The Ten is also 15 inches longer than the Citation X. … More Cessna reclaims title of fastest jet Citation Ten gets a speed boost to Mach 0.935

Luke AFB selected for F-35 pilot training

  by Capt. Tristan Hinderliter 56th Fighter Wing Public Affairs 8/2/2012 – LUKE AIR FORCE BASE, Ariz. (AFNS) — It’s official, the F-35 is coming to Luke. Air Force Secretary Michael Donley announced today that Luke AFB has been chosen as the location of the Air Force’s F-35A Lightning II pilot training center. The base will receive 72 aircraft … More Luke AFB selected for F-35 pilot training

Last Of The Line: Raptor 4195 Delivered

By Stephanie Stinn Posted 6 June 2012 The morning of 2 May 2012 was a busy one at the Lockheed Martin facility in Marietta, Georgia. Inside the plant’s 3.4 million square foot B-1 production building, employees busily prepped for one of the largest events in the site’s history. But the scene outside the building was decidedly calmer, … More Last Of The Line: Raptor 4195 Delivered

United Kingdom Accepts First International Lockheed Martin F-35

FORT WORTH, Texas, July 19, 2012 – The United Kingdom accepted the first international Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] F-35 Lightning II aircraft in a ceremony today with senior representatives of the U.K. Ministry of Defence and the U.S. Department of Defense. The Right Honourable Philip Hammond, U.K. Secretary of State for Defence, and Mr. Frank … More United Kingdom Accepts First International Lockheed Martin F-35

Diamond Jet

Diamond Aircraft revealed the latest version of its much-awaited D-Jet at EAA AirVenture, and issued a brief update on the single-engine jet’s progress. Most evident are the D-Jet’s redesigned winglets. Gone are the original winglets, which were of a conventional vertical-sail design. The new winglets are subtler in appearance and are more closely blended into the … More Diamond Jet

Boeing KC-767

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia KC-767 Japan Air Self-Defense Force KC-767J Role Air-to-air tanker Manufacturer Boeing First flight 21 May 2005 Primary users Italian Air Force Japan Air Self-Defense Force Produced 2003- present Number built 8 Unit cost ~US$145 million Developed from Boeing 767 Variants Boeing KC-46 The Boeing KC-767 is a military aerial refueling and strategic transport aircraft developed from … More Boeing KC-767

Airbus A400M

The A400M is the most versatile airlifter currently available responding to the most varied needs of world Air Forces and other organisations in the 21st century. It can perform three very different types of duties: it is able to perform both tactical missions directly to the point of need and long range strategic/logistic ones. And … More Airbus A400M

Embraer KC-390

Embraer KC-390 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia KC-390 Concept of the KC-390 Role Medium-sized transport aircraft Manufacturer Embraer Defense and Security First flight 2014(Scheduled)[1] Introduction 2016(Scheduled)[2] Status Under development Program cost US$1.51 billion[3] Unit cost US$50 million[4] The Embraer KC-390 is a medium-size, twin-engine jet-powered military transport aircraft under development by Brazilian aerospace manufacturer Embraer. It is to perform aerial refueling, transport cargo … More Embraer KC-390