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The Cirrus Vision SF50, also known as the Vision Jet, is a single-engine personal jet aircraft designed and manufactured by Cirrus Aircraft of Duluth, Minnesota, United States.
The Vision Jet is a revolutionary aircraft in passenger air travel. It flies faster (cruise speed 311 KTAS), goes farther (1275 Nm) and carries more payload: up to 5 adults and 2 children.
Like every Cirrus aircraft, the Vision Jet is designed with the pilot and passengers in maximum concern. The combination of a wide range of design features and innovative systems provide the ultimate in safety: from the reliability of the turbine engine and the convenience of automatic thrust control to the Cirrus Airframe Parachute Rescue System (CAPS). The pioneer of safety standards, called ” aircraft with parachute”, is the most significant safety innovation in general aviation in more than half a century. Another revolutionary safety innovation is Safe Return™ – an emergency auto-landing system that allows passengers to land in an emergency situation at the touch of a button.
The Vision Jet defines the personal jet category. It features the world’s most advanced dashboard, Garmin’s Cirrus Perspective Touch+. Each aircraft is equipped with two high-resolution flight displays that are complemented by three wide touchscreens to truly optimize jet aircraft operations. The touchscreen controls present a familiar and intuitive interface that provides pilots with quick access to detailed flight and system information via a bright, panoramic display. No other dashboard offers this level of integration and functionality in such a clear and ergonomic layout.
In 2021, Cirrus Aircraft launched an enhanced version of the Vision Jet – the G2+ Vision Jet with optimized engine performance for enhanced mission capabilities, Gogo® InFlight WiFi technology to connect the cabin to the world, and new aesthetic options.
Now entering its third year as general aviation’s best-selling jet, the Vision Jet has won numerous awards, including the Robert J. Collier Trophy for “America’s Greatest Achievement in Aerospace or Aeronautics.”