NBAA 2011

Take a look at what's going on at the world's largest business aviation event.

Gulfstream brought the G650, which company executives say is on target to enter service next year.
Gulfstream also brought the G280, which has exceeded original performance specs, according to a recent company announcement.
Cessna came to the show with a wide variety of aircraft, as well as mock-up interiors of the new Latitude and M2.
Shown here is a CJ4 on display.
On Sunday Embraer announced one of its new Legacy 650 customers, Jackie Chan.
Chan will serve as the company's new brand ambassador.
Honda Aircraft brought its much anticipated VLJ to the convention, along with the announcement that engine problems will delay certification of the aircraft until 2013.
According to Honda Aircraft CEO Michimasa Fujino, the problems relate to "minor damage" found in the engines during the test phase for icing conditions.
The bad news was slightly offset by the announcement that the company is expanding its Greensboro facilities with a $20 million new building.
A Dornier Do 228 sits on static display at Henderson Airport.
Next to it sits a Twin Otter Series 400.
Just beyond NBAA's static display, another array of airplanes sits parked at Henderson.
A Waco YMF-5D biplane shakes things up amongst the larger aircraft on display.
**A variety of special mission/emergency aid aircraft were showcased.
Hawker maintained a large presence at the static display area, featuring jets like this Hawker 900XP.
The company also showcased its smaller aircraft, like this Beechcraft Bonanza.
**A Piaggio Aero Avanti II sits on static display.
A group of men take a look at the Nextant 400XT.
Visitors had the opportunity to see the 400XT's Williams International FJ44-3AP engines up close.
Two men visit beside a Phenom 100.
NBAA visitors pass through the Las Vegas convention hall.
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