Question of the Week: Technology Made Microchips Smaller — Are Bizjets Next?

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Last week, we asked whether aviation experience should be such a big factor in becoming a NASA astronaut.

Our question sparked a couple of e-mails about the NASA qualifications, but it also taught us that most AVweb readers think brains and ability rank higher than a pilot's license when it comes to landing every 7-year-old's dream job.

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With NBAA's annual convention wrapping up, there's no denying that very light jets are the hottest segment of business aviation growth. With this in mind, many say it's only a matter of time before the big jet makers start offering scaled-back aircraft for the VLJ and mid-size markets.

Is it inevitable that Airbus and Boeing will enter the small- and medium-sized business jet market?

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