Very light jets aim to replace the family car

06/19/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

A number of airplane manufacturers are working to replace the family car with very light jets. Some have even called HondaJet's version the "Civic of the air," although its fuel-efficiency does not make it that economical. Despite its $4.5 million price tag, the company expects that some families will purchase the aircraft for personal use.

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