In 2015, Eclipse Aerospace morphed into another new company, One Aviation, headed by Alan Klapmeier, one of the two brothers who created Cirrus Aircraft. The new company, in which shareholders from Eclipse Aerospace and Kestrel brought all their stock together for a larger goal, is now responsible for all things Eclipse and, someday, for Klapmeier’s single-engine Kestrel turboprop. Ross, One Aviation’s president, told me before we departed for Mackinac that the company is now focused on the Eclipse 550 and the follow-on airplane, the Garmin G3000-equipped, tip-tankless Eclipse, currently code-named Project Canada. (Klapmeier told me, “We had to call it something,” when I asked him about the name.) One Aviation is producing about one and a half new airplanes per month at the Albuquerque factory, all of which are spoken for, Ross said.