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Business Aviation will proudly be showing its colors at the AERO: Honda will be presenting a series production model of the Honda Jet, with its unconventional engine configuration, which has been approved for operation since late 2015. Cirrus Aircraft will provide information about series production of its single-engine Vision Jet, which was recently approved by the FAA. The first Vision Jet was delivered to a customer in December. They will be joined by established twin-engine models from Eclipse, Cessna and Embraer.
In the propeller category, visitors will be able to see turboprop single-engine models from European manufacturers like Pilatus, with the PC-12 NG, or Daher with its TBM 900/930. Their American competitors, like Cessna with the Caravan, Quest with the Kodiak and Piper with the M500/600 models will also be there. Twin-engine turboprops from American and European manufacturers will also be exhibited.
Business aviation also includes turbine helicopters and there will also be a premiere in this category. Swiss manufacturer Marenco Swisshelicopter is presenting its SH09 helicopter for the first time at Lake Constance. The turbine-driven helicopter, which can accommodate up to eight seats, is currently undergoing flight testing and expected to receive approval for use in general aviation soon.