This 2023 Cirrus SF50 G2+ Vision Jet Is a Fully Integrated ‘AircraftForSale’ Top Pick

Designed for pilots stepping up from piston singles, the Vision Jet eases the cockpit workload.

2023 Cirrus SF50 G2+ Vision Jet [Courtesy: OmniJet International]

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While revolutionary when introduced, the Cirrus Vision Jet has become a common sight on general aviation ramps across the country due to its popularity with private pilots and a range of commercial operators. Much of the aircraft’s appeal stems from the way it was designed around a single pilot, with the goal of making their workload easily manageable.

Many GA pilots are accustomed to flying aircraft with a range of advanced features, including autopilots and GPS navigation systems. In the Vision Jet, pilots transition to a cockpit with fully integrated automation that is several steps ahead of the retrofit technology that many have flown with for years. The difference is palpable.

Cirrus also had passengers in mind when developing the Vision Jet, which has an especially spacious, airy cabin that allows occupants to stretch out and enjoy pressurized comfort. The experience is akin to a personal airliner with first-class-only seating. If you take your family on a long vacation trip in this aircraft, they may not be willing to ever fly at low altitude with piston power again.    

This Vision Jet has just 14 hours on the airframe and its Williams FJ33-5A turbofan engine, which has a 4,000-hour TBO.

The aircraft’s panel features the Garmin G3000-integrated flight deck with the Cirrus Perspective+ Touchscreen interface and Safe Return emergency Autoland system. The avionics package includes synthetic vision, altitude and heading reference system (AHRS), Garmin Class B terrain avoidance warning system (TAWS), traffic collision avoidance system (TCAS), and triple digital transponders. The airplane has a ceiling of 31,000 feet and is certified under Part 135 to operate in reduced vertical separation minimum (RVSM) airspace. 

Pilots interested in owning a well-equipped very light jet (VLJ) that is nearly new should consider this 2023 Cirrus SF50 G2+, which is available for $4 million on AircraftForSale.

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