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Taking Off

What’s new in the world of private aviation

Dassault Falcon 6X Credit: Dassault Aviation
Pilatus PC-24 Credit: Pilatus
HondaJet Elite Credit: HondaJet

Super-versatile jet: Pilatus PC-24


The first business jet to come equipped with a cargo door as standard lives up to its flexible reputation in a number of ways, from the spacious cabin, which can be configured in various formations, to its remarkable ability to reach airports inaccessible to so many other craft. With a range of around 3,750km, the PC-24 can take off and land on runways – paved or unpaved – of just 856m in length. Visit


Long-range jet: Dassault Falcon 6X


Replacing the much-maligned 5X in the French firm's inventory, the 6X will be powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada Pure Power PW812D engines and have a range of just over 10,000km. With a maximum headroom of 1.98m and width of 2.58m, it boasts the tallest and widest cabin in business aviation. Visit


Ultra-lightweight jet: HondaJet Elite


Having set the bar in its class, HondaJet is intent on raising it with a significantly upgraded version. As well as increasing the range by almost 400km, the Elite has greater fuel efficiency and enhanced cabin quietness due to a newly developed noise attenuating inlet structure lining each engine. Visit

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