Breakdown by Segment Long range and ultra-long-range jets (e.g. Falcon 900EX, Global Express, Gulfstream G-V) will sell at a rate of about 140 a year over the next 10 years. Buyers will purchase approximately 900 large bizjets (Falcon 2000, Challenger 604). Manufacturers will sell 2,340 medium and medium-heavy jets (Citation Sovereign, Gulfstream G-200, Bombardier Continental Jet, Falcon 50EX and the Hawker Horizon). Expected sales of light and medium jets (Lear 31 and 45; Citations Excel, Encore and Bravo; Hawker 450 and Beechjet 400A) will be 2,886 units. Very light, or entry-level jets, (Premier I, CJ1 and CJ2, and SJ30-2) will sell at levels of 140 to 150 per year, with sales projected at 1,433 jets over the next decade. Sales of microjets, such as the emerging Eclipse 500 and Safire S-26, were not included in the Honeywell forecast.