The Vision Jet is a world-class charter flight option with paramount safety features that allow the plane to automatically land without a pilot. But it doesn’t sacrifice any points on comfort or performance.
Very Light Jet
Take off distance
31 cu ft
Vision jet charter flight prices
Charter flights on the Vision Jet cost slightly less than flights on other jets in the same class, at a rate of $4,200 to $6,200 per hour. Final costs depend on the customers’ destinations, flight schedules, and other factors. Contact JetLevel for more information on booking a charter flight.
Vision jet safety features
The Vision Jet stands out in the safety department due to its two unique features: the Cirrus Airframe Parachute System (CAPS) and the Safe Return emergency autoland system. The CAPS allows the plane to deploy a parachute for safe landings if the plane’s technology were to fail.
The Safe Return system ensures passengers can safely land the plane if the pilot was incapacitated with just the push of a button. When the button is pushed, the screens of teh cockpit change to be more passenger-friendly. The aviation system uses its global terrain database and satellite to avoid any oncoming terrain or inclement weather. By using data such as the plane’s location and available fuel supply, the computer will determine an airport where it can land.
Vision Jet design
The Vision Jet’s unique design features a top-mounted engine, which not only gives it a distinct look but opens a bit more room in the cabin. The carbon fiber fuselage also adds to the spaciousness inside. At the back of the plane, the V-shape tail also provides a unique feature. Williams International manufactures the Vision Jet in America.
The Vision Jet cabin
The Vision Jet offers Gogo in-flight Wi-fi so you can stay connected on the go. USB-C ports are also available so you can charge your devices. While the cabin is not as big as those of larger jets, passengers will still have ample room when seated. Passengers can also connect their devices to an entertainment display to work or stream content during the flight.