A Vision in Personal Jets: Cirrus Vision Jet

Just when we thought we had seen it all from Cirrus, they came out with an aircraft that seems like a dream: the Cirrus Vision Jet. The Vision Jet is a one of a kind personal jet that doesn’t fit any of the pre-existing jet categories. It was built with the Cirrus pilot in mind, created to burn about half the fuel of a light jet, and be cheaper than the single-engine turboprops that can’t fly as high or fast. The Vision Jet is a personal jet created to need no flight crew; if you’re a Cirrus Pilot, it’ll take almost no time to start flying your own Vision Jet.

Cirrus Vision Jet

The Vision Jet was created to almost mirror the Cirrus piston aircraft, with switches in the same locations. It also includes the signature Cirrus Airframe Parachute System (CAPS), which is a first for a turbine-powered aircraft. While this is one of the smaller personal jets, the Vision Jet has plenty of room for up to 7 people and their baggage. Because Cirrus wants to make the perfect jet for their customers, the seating plan is completely customizable, so you can have more room for passengers or luggage, depending on what works best for you. The large windows let in a lot of natural light, and there is plenty of headroom in the cabin for everyone to relax and enjoy the flight.

Weight and Dimensions

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The Cirrus Vision Jet is on the smaller side of personal jets, with a length of 30 feet 7 inches and height of 10 feet 9 inches. The cabin width is just over 5 feet and roughly 4 feet tall. The wingspan of the Vision Jet is 38 feet 7 inches. This new personal jet has plenty of room for all of your belongings, with a maximum ramp weight of 6,040 pounds and takeoff weight of 6,000 pounds. The jet’s basic empty weight is 3,572 pounds. The Vision Jet also gets great fuel mileage, with a maximum fuel weight of 4,900 pounds and maximum usable fuel of 2,000 pounds.

Engine and Performance

The new Cirrus Vision Jet, model FJ33-5A, is manufactured by Williams International and has a thrust of approximately 1,800 pounds. In order to take off, the Vision Jet requires 2,036 feet, and 3,192 feet to takeoff over a 50-foot obstacle. The stall speed with flaps is 67 knots, and max cruising speed is 300 KTAS, with a landing ground roll of 1,628 feet.

Cirrus Vision Jet

Features and Customization

These jets come with the following benefits as part of the standard Vision Jet: CAPS, Cirrus Perspective Touch by Garmin Cockpit, Flight Into Known Ice System, modular seating for five adults, air conditioning with climate control, 3-point crew airbag seatbelts, large windows for perfect visibility, leather interior, and 4 USB power ports. The Vision Jet fits perfectly inside the standard 40-foot hangar for easy storage.
 
Customers can upgrade their Vision Jets to include: 6th and 7th third-row seats, entertainment display, 115V AC power, multi-zone climate controls, WiFi ground links, Perspective Global Connect, dual-tone paint, enhanced interior lighting, Perspective ECS, and enhanced real-time weather radar.
 
Being part of the Cirrus Life means using your personal aircraft to better your flying experience and avoid overwhelming it with complex operating systems. That is why the Vision Jet is perfect for every Cirrus Pilot! No additional crew is required to fly the Jet, alleviating one additional stress of planning flights.
 
If you’re interested in purchasing your own Cirrus Vision Jet, Coast Flight is happy to help ensure you get the perfect aircraft! Contact us for all your flight training and management needs.