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Posted on March 29, 2011 at 11:39 by lowflyer · Permalink
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  1. Written by Andrew Hoy
    on July 5, 2011 at 11:20
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    When will this wonderful tool be ready?

  2. Written by Upcast
    on July 5, 2011 at 11:40
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    We are at the final stages of development now. Hopefully a free demo version for 6 aircraft will be available at App Store by the end of this month (July 2011). The full version will follow a couple of weeks later.

    • Written by Krystalyn
      on September 14, 2011 at 19:48
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      How could any of this be better satetd? It couldn’t.

    • Written by Christina
      on August 27, 2012 at 16:24
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      I agree with Ray K Gulfstream G-V and Bombardier Global Express. At university, for mahcenics of flight I did a performance analysis on Bombardier Global Express, and in the relation we compared wing loading and power/weight ratio, and these two airplanes in the graph were almost coincident (and difficoult to read). G-V and Global Express are powered by the same kind of engine(maybe not the same version), dimensions and performances are really similar and they have no directly comparable competitors ..or smaller business jet like learjet(part of Bombardier company) or Falcon (by Dassault), but these are smaller and shorter range, or airliners converted into business-jets(like BBJ that is 737, or B-727BJ), these are larger and more expensive but they have usually shorter range than G-V and GlobalExpress

  3. Written by Laura Thompson
    on July 7, 2011 at 19:43
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    Looking forward to it

  4. Written by Ricardo
    on June 11, 2012 at 07:35
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    What aircraft do you have on the full version?
    I’d like to know if the models I plan to study about are included.
    Thanks

  5. Written by Upcast
    on June 11, 2012 at 13:28
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    Dear Ricardo,

    The full version of JetBook includes all business jets currently in production (or close to production) and a dozen of the most popular out-of-production bizjets (total 63 aircraft). They are as follows:

    Gulfstream G550
    Global 6000
    Falcon 7X
    Global 5000
    Gulfstream G450
    Challenger 850
    Challenger 605
    Legacy 600
    Falcon 900DX
    Falcon 2000DX
    BBJ
    BBJ-2
    ACJ
    A318 Elite
    Lineage 1000
    Gulfstream G650
    Gulfstream G500
    Falcon 900LX
    Falcon 900EX
    Gulfstream G350
    Legacy 650
    Falcon 2000LX
    Challenger 300
    Gulfstream G200
    Gulfstream G280
    Hawker 4000
    Legacy 500
    Citation Sovereign
    Citation XLS+
    Citation X
    Gulfstream G150
    Hawker 750
    Hawker 800XP
    Hawker 850XP
    Hawker 900XP
    Learjet 60XR
    Learjet 85
    Legacy 450
    Citation Bravo
    Citation Encore+
    Citation CJ2+
    Citation CJ3
    Citation CJ4
    Hawker 400XP
    Learjet 45XR
    Phenom 300
    Hawker 200
    Premier IA
    Citation CJ1+
    Citation Mustang
    HondaJet
    Phenom 100
    Eclipse 500

    Gulfstream V
    Gulfstream IV
    Gulfstream IV SP
    Global Express
    Challenger 601
    Challenger 604
    Falcon 900B
    Falcon 2000
    Falcon 50
    Learjet 60

    • Written by Thy
      on August 27, 2012 at 16:50
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      * yes, i agree with Ray (above) those two are specialized in mnikag business jets. Yrs ago Citation X is the fastest bizjet exceeding Mach 0.92* there are also civil commercial jets converted into bizjets, like, BBJ Boeing Business Jets B737, refurbished interiors etc* about 5-10 yrs ago there are plans mnikag supersonic bizjets mach 1.2-1.6 (?), including ones planned by 2-3 aircraft makers, joint between Sukhoi Russia and few others.

  6. Written by Zur Banner
    on October 28, 2013 at 10:10
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    Please contact me as the App crashes upon activation every time I try…

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