Do you really need a cheap private jet but think you can’t afford one?
Let me introduce you to The Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet, the world’s cheapest private Jet which cost just $2 million. Of course, not everyone can afford a Gulf Stream, which is why this amazing company Cirrus built and successfully got approval for this single-engine, 300-knot 5-7-seat personal jet which also has it’s own parachute which pops out to prevent the plane from crashing.
This small personal aircraft is a ground breaking technology because it’s the first private jet with a single jet engine and has no direct competitor. The Vision Jet can achieve a range of up to 1,200 nautical miles which is equivalent to the distance between New York to Chicago and back. Unlike most private jets, it is designed to be flown by it’s owner or a single person. What makes this private Jet really spectacular is the fact that it’s cockpit is very high tech with complete computer systems to ensure the pilot can navigate the plane out of any dangerous situation while in the air.
Other planes within it’s price range can’t fly as fast or go as far as this plane can go, neither can they compete with it in terms of performance. The Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet has a single door to the left and that’s the only door the plane has.
Cirrus left a huge open area in the center of the cabin. The two middle-row seats are situated at the side of the cabin. Behind them are three seats up against the rear bulkhead. The two outward seats in back offer enough room only for kids. The SF50 is a five-seat airplane with two jump seats.
One of my favorite features of the jet is the fact that in terms of engine trouble or a case where the plane is unable to land properly, the pilot can easily release the plane’s parachute and the parachute can give the plane a soft landing thereby preventing a crash.