On November 14 launch, Gulfstream presented two brand new private jets that were built from scratch - the Gulfstream G500 and G600.
Just two weeks of receiving the EASA type certificate for the Learjet 70 / Learjet 75, Bombardier had already delivered the first private jet to Europe.
The first Legacy 500 was delivered to a private owner in Brazil this week. In the near future, it is expected to receive the US and European type certificate.
Potential buyers in China were interested in how Falcon 7X will behave when departing from small high-altitude airports, which are abundant in China.
On September 5, the FAA issued a type certificate for the upgraded version of the Cessna CJ3 aircraft.
The Learjet 85 project is already several years behind the originally announced schedule, due to problems with composite materials from which the fuselage and wings should be made.
Steve Kass, vice president of public affairs for Gulfstream, confirmed the existence of the P42 project, which has been rumored for over 4 years.
At the moment, in terms of priorities, the most attention is focused on the Learjet 85 project.
Gulfstream Aerospace recently delivered 70th Gulfstream G650 to happy customer, private jet received registration on the Isle of Man.
Mjets and Wah Wah Group built and launched the country's first terminal complex to serve private jets and their VIP passengers.