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New Business Jet Programs
New Business Jet Programs
As we reach the bottom of the curve, and financing starts to become readily available again, the smartest of the business jet manufacturers already have their newest, most fuel efficient models in pre production or certification ready to take customers deposits. The top end of the market is well represented, with Gulfstream’s much anticipated follow up from the 400+ selling G550, the G650, entering into the final stages of certification, ready for customer deliveries to begin later this year. Not to be out done, Bombardier announced the follow ups to the Global Express range, with both the Global 7000 and Global 8000 having range predictions that will take the farther than the G650. Both aircraft are still in the design phase, with the Global 7000 expected to enter into service in 2016, and the Global 8000 in 2017. One manufacturer whose product development department have been particularly busy is Cessna, who added 4 new aircraft to their range over a 12 month period. Of these the Latitude and the Longitude stand out the most, not only because they are brand new aircraft, rather than upgrades of previous aircraft, or a cross between 2 others, but for the Latitude the decision to ‘manufacture’ some aircraft in China is eye opening. The Longitude on the other hand marks the first time a Citation aircraft has had the legs to go farther than 3,500nm, so the Cessna brand and 4,000nm range is sure to make it a success. There are of course some unknowns, and researching some of the information has been problematic. Bombardier for example treat some details of the Global 7000 and Global 8000 developments as confidential, and it’s understandable that all of the manufacturers are a little cagey when discussing order backlogs. There are some notable omissions from the list, and all these aircraft are at the lower end of the scale. However, as more time and more details become available then the list will be expanded, and more types will be covered. It should be noted as well that the internet is rife with rumour about certain types that have yet to be officially launched, so several cases it’s difficult to separate fact from speculation. One aircraft that is included even though few details are known is the Dassault Falcon SMS. Not a lot is known about the SMS yet, all we know is that it’s going to be a twin jet with fly-by-wire controls, larger than the current Falcon 2000 and it’s going to be certified in 2016. So the intention is for this post to be a one-stop reference for all new aircraft, where you can check on the new programs and thier progress. Updates to the post will be done as soon as new information is known, with updates to the post being be pushed out via Twitter and Google+.


Bombardier Global 7000 Announced on 16th October 2010 Range will be 7,300nm 10-19 Passengers and 2-4 crew Announced on 16th October 2010 First Flight date is unknown Certification is due in early 2016 Customer deliveries are due to begin in late 2016 Price in 2010 was listed as $65 million Backlog is unknown Bombardier Global 8000 Announced on 16th October 2010 Range will be 7,900nm 8-19 Passengers and 2-4 crew First Flight date is unknown Certification is due in early 2017 First Deliveries are due to begin in late 2017 Price in 2010 was listed as $65 million Backlog is unknown … Bombardier Learjet 70 Announced on 16th October 2010 Range will be 2,060nm 6 Passengers and 2 crew First Flight is due in the 4th quarter of 2012 Certification is due in early 2013 First Deliveries are due to occur in the second half of 2013 Price in 2012 is $11.5 million Backlog is quoted as ‘over 50? including an unknown number for FlexJets Bombardier Learjet 75 Announced on 16th October 2010 Range will be 8 Passengers and 2 crew First Flight is due in the 4th quarter of 2012 Certification is due in early 2013 First Deliveries are due to occur in the second half of 2013 Price in 2012 is $13 million Backlog is quoted as ‘over 50? including an unknown number for FlexJets Bombardier Learjet 85 Announced on October 30th 2007 Range will be 3,000nm 8 Passengers and 2 crew First Flight is due in 2012 Certification is due in 2013 First Deliveries are due late 2013 Price in 2008 was $17.2 million Backlog is quoted as being ‘very healthy’ Cessna Citation M2 Announced on 26th September 2011 Range will be 1,300nm 6 Passengers and 2 crew First Flight was on March 9th 2012 Certification is due in the first half of 2013 First Deliveries are due to occur in the second half of 2013 Price at launch is listed as $4.195 million Backlog is quoted as being ‘healthy’ Cessna Citation Latitude Announced on the 10th of October 2011 Range will be 2,300nm 8 Passengers and 2 crew First Flight is due mid 2014 Certification is due in 2015 First Deliveries are due in 2015 Price is listed as $14.9 million (2011) Backlog is quoted as being ‘healthy’ Cessna Citation Longitude Announced on May 14th 2012 Range will be 4,000nm 8 Passengers and 2 crew First Flight is due in 2016 Certification is due in the first half of 2017 First Deliveries are due to occur in the second half of 2017 Backlog currently unknown Cessna Citation Ten Announced on October 18th 2010 Range is 3,245nm 12 Passengers and 2 crew First Flight was on 17th January 2012 Certification is due in the second half of 2013 Deliveries are due to begin in the second half of 2013 Backlog currently unknown Dassault Falcon SMS Not officially announced yet, but was first talked about in January 2008 No range is known No passengers or crew are known, however the SMS is believed to be larger than the Falcon 2000 First Flight possibly in 2015 Certification is due in 2016 First Deliveries are due presumably in late 2016 Price is unknown No backlog known Gulfstream G280 Announced on October 5th 2008 Range is 3,600nm 10 Passengers and 2 crew First Flight as the G250 was on December 11th 2009 in Tel Aviv Certification is due in the 3rd quarter of 2012 First Deliveries are due in the 3rd quarter of 2012 Price in 2011 or $24 million Backlog is quoted as being “healthy” Gulfstream G650 Announced on March 13th 2008 Range is 7,000nm 13 Passengers and 2 crew First Flight was on November 25th 2009 from Savannah Certification is due in the 3rd quarter of 2012 First Deliveries are due in the 3rd quarter of 2012 Price of $60 million Backlog is quoted as over 200 Embraer Legacy 450 Launched as a concept in 2007, but officially launched in May 2008 Range will be 2,300nm 10 Passengers and 2 crew First Flight is due in 2013 Certification is due in late 2014 First Deliveries are due in late 2014 Price of $15.25 million Backlog is unknown Embraer Legacy 500 Launched as a concept in 2007, but officially launched in May 2008 Range will be 3,000nm 12 Passengers and 2 crew First Flight is due in the 3rd quarter of 2012 Certification is due in late 2013 First Deliveries are due in late 2013 Price of $16.4 million Backlog is quoted as being ‘healthy’ Honda HondaJet Announced on the 25th July 2006 Range will be 2,593nm 6 Passengers and 1-2 crew First Flight was on 3rd December 2003 Certification is due at the end of 2012 First Deliveries are due in 2013 Price of $4.5 million Backlog is quoted as ‘over 100?

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