VLJ

AcronymDefinition
VLJVery Light Jet (aircraft)
VLJVolunteer Lawyers for Justice (Newark, NJ)
VLJVereinigung Liberaler Juristen eV (German: Association of Liberal Lawyers)
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The Stratos 716 is a "multi-role" VLJ designed to comfortably seat 6 people to support personal, business and air taxi use.
Cirrus always termed its product a "personal jet" rather than a VLJ.
These stars, which total fourteen, are known as the Atlantides, the daughters of Atlas associated by Blake with the twelve daughters of Albion, for Blake's Albion (like Atlas) is "patriarch of the Atlantic Continent" (VLJ, E 588).
Middle East Airport Airside Services Market Assessment is part of the Aerospace Growth Partnership Services programme, which also includes research in the following markets: Asia Pacific VLJ Market Assessment, Global Commercial Aviation Power Systems and Infrastructure Assessment, Strategic Analysis of the Indian Commercial Aviation Suppliers Market, Global Engine MRO Market, Opportunities in the Indian Airports Infrastructure Modernization and Development Market, and Middle East Airports Infrastructure Market Assessment.
Summary: The mood was positive at the third annual European VLJ conference, arranged by MIU events, held during 24-25th September.
O'DOHERTY, A., RUF, S., MULLIGAN, C., HILDRETH, V., ERRINGTON, ML., COOKE, S., SESAY, A., MODINO, S., VANES, L., HERNANDEZ, D., LINEHAN, JM., SHARPE, PT., BRANDNER, S., BLISS, TB., HENDERSON, DJ., NIZETIC, D., TYBULEWICZ, VLJ. and FISHER, EM., 2005.
In fact, charts showing new jet orders and deliveries in the recently released Honeywell Business Aviation Outlook predict this growth will occur across business-jet categories--from the Very Light Jet (VLJ) to the Ultra Long Range heavies--as well as around the world.
Another potential market is looming on the horizon: The VLJ, or Very Light Jet, is the latest aviation development, and hundreds of the diminutive jet-powered aircraft may be taking to the sky over the next few years.
A VLJ twin-engine aircraft with a pilot and from five to eight passengers, could provide point-to-point, on-demand air taxi service to some of the 5,000 local airports in North America.
With the recent FAA certification of the first very light jet (VLJ) and other companies planning to enter the market, private jet travel is now affordable for many more sole proprietorships and small to medium-sized businesses.