Question of the Week: VLJs Are One Thing, But Is the Age of the Single-Engine Jet Upon Us?

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EAA AirVenture is almost here! In just over a week, we'll be poking around classic airplanes, asking questions about new technologies, and sharing high fives with fellow aviation buffs in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. To celebrate the season, last week we asked how you're planning to get to the show.

Reader responses ranged all across the board, although the two largest segments of our readership said they're not going this year (29%) or are flying themselves (27%).

For a complete (real-time) breakdown of reader responses, click here.
(You may be asked to register and answer if you haven't already participated in this poll.)


"Personal jets" are all the rage these days, but this week we want to know how you think they'll fare over the long term.

How many single-engine jets do you think will be available in 10 years?
(Click to answer.)

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