Tiny jets getting lots of press

July 27, 2006 at 1:17 pm 1 comment

I’ve blogged about the tiny jets over the last week or so.  Today CNN ran an article on the tiny jets.  In addition to Eclipse, Honda, and Diamond Air, there are a few other players wanting to play in this new market of the Very Light Jet (VLT).  I’m wondering how long it will be before we see the airlines buying some of these to serve the smaller airports where the market would support it.  Maybe the airlines will get beat to these markets by some savvy business people.  I’d like to be a part of that. I think this will have an impact on air travel as we know it.  It might take 2-3 years before we see it though.  (Hat tip to David for sending me the article.)

I was reading the news page from the EAA at Osh Kosh and found that all three of the companies listed above are represented there.  This is quite competitive already.  It will be fun to watch how it irons out.

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