Eclipse Aviation 400 – single engine private jet ($1,350,000)

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Eclipse Aviation 400 – single engine private jet ($1,350,000)

Eclipse 400 Front View - Very Light Jet

Eclipse Aviation announced a few weeks ago that it will start taking orders for the Eclipse 400 single-engine jet, a production version of the Eclipse Concept Jet. Eclipse also claims that the new 400 model will be world’s most fuel-efficient jet aircraft with less than one pound of fuel per nautical mile consumed at 330 knots.

At current economics, it is priced at $1.35 million and the production version is expected to start deliveries at the first quarter of 2011.

The Eclipse 400 seats four and can cruise at 41,000 feet. The Pratt & Whitney Canada PW615F engine is said to produce exceptional thrust and great fuel economy.

See more specs at Eclipse Aviation’s website

Eclipse 400 Jet

Eclipse Aviation 400 Jet Top View

Eclipse 400 Dashboard

Other single engine very-light-jets (VLJs) are:
Cirrus Design The-Jet
Diamond D-Jet
Epic Victory

By | 2008-06-21T14:07:32+00:00 June 21st, 2008|Airplane|8 Comments

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  2. Love private jets February 22, 2009 at 10:52 pm

    Looking Great!! Just fly and feel the pleasure!!

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    i need a plane with lots of hiddin storage

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    Great, where can I take lessons for this aircraft????

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