Today’s Top Aircraft For Sale Pick: 2020 Cirrus SF50 G2 Vision Jet

Cirrus designed the SF50 G2 jet as a logical step up for piston pilots who want to fly their own jet.

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The Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet caused a sensation at its unveiling more than a decade ago and continues to do so with this improved G2 model. Designed as a path for pilot-owners to step up from piston aircraft to a jet, the SF50 G2 offers more travel options through enhanced speed and range. Its spacious, pressurized cabin represents a significant upgrade in comfort when compared with other single-engine piston and turboprop airplanes.

This SF50 G2 has 325 hours on the airframe and its Williams International FJ33 turbofan engine, which has a 1,846-pound thrust rating. Other highlights include the Safe Return Autoland system, Cargo X-Tend for additional cargo capacity, and Flight Stream 510 connectivity.

The aircraft’s Special Edition Arrivée interior includes executive seating with a center console, two-tone albatross and obsidian premium leather seats with white Arrivée accent stitching, Alcantara headliner with carbon fiber accents, and granite premium carpet. The aircraft’s Elite avionics package includes digital real-time weather radar, enhanced vision system, Surface Watch, traffic collision avoidance system, terrain awareness, an additional AHRS, ADS-B weather and traffic, and an additional digital transponder.

If your business and family travel plans would benefit from pressurized comfort,  300-knot cruise speed, and 31,000-foot service ceiling, you should take a closer look at this 2020 Cirrus SF50 G2 Vision Jet, which is available on AircraftForSale.

You can arrange financing of the aircraft through FLYING Financial Group. For more information, email

Jonathan Welsh is a private pilot who worked as a reporter, editor and columnist with the Wall Street Journal for 21 years, mostly covering the auto industry. His passion for aviation began in childhood with balsa-wood gliders his aunt would buy for him at the corner store. Follow Jonathan on Twitter @JonathanWelsh4

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