SyberJet Aircraft is providing a glimpse into the new SJ30i cabin interior at Static Space 300 in its NWORX CABIN DEMONSTRATOR aircraft at this year’s NBAA Static Display at Henderson Field (KHND).
Guests are welcome to stop by, experience the new layout, discuss their impressions and provide feedback with SyberJet representatives. SyberJet believes customer input is paramount in this critical design and ultimately to owner/operator satisfaction down the road.
In addition, visitors can get an update to the SJ30i program and see the all-new demonstrator paint scheme.
The SJ30i aircraft features all of the performance of the world’s fastest, longest light jet as well as the new interior design and the new avionics suite, “SyberVision™,” that will become the signature of the SyberJet brand.
The SJ30 is the world’s fastest, longest range light jet. And with a sea level cabin to 41,000 ft it is in a class of its own. Destined to be the performance leader in its market, the SJ30 provides up to 2,500 nm range and M 0.83 cruise speed and allows its owner/operators to get mid-size performance for the price of a light jet. With the capability to operate coast to coast in the United States and across the North Atlantic to Europe non-stop, the SJ30 changes the paradigm of what it means to own a light jet.
SyberJet is manufacturing a business jet where performance and styling are central. As the world’s fastest, longest range light jet, the SJ30 has been long known for its speed, range, and incredible efficiency, but the new SJ30i cabin’s aesthetic detail and superior craftsmanship will make the SJ30i the final word in light jet luxury.
The interior being shown in the NWORX CABIN DEMONSTRATOR is still undergoing final engineering detail design. Certain aspects of the design are still evolving and SyberJet is looking to gain useful insight from prospective customers and experienced owners prior to finalization. SyberJet’s philosophy of involving the customer is paramount to owner satisfaction. The new design features a forward facing potty seat that provides a more comfortable seating position, a sixth cabin window for more light and visibility, improved use of space in the forward cabin, LED wash lighting in the ceiling, Alcantara soft goods, and of course, the SJ30 still retains its 12.0 psi cabin providing a sea level cabin to 41,000 feet.
The SyberVision™ cockpit features four large 12 inch displays and includes as standard SmartView™ synthetic vision system (SVS), INAV™ moving map display system, standard IRS, electronics charts/maps, TCAS II, TAWS Level A, synoptic displays, dual flight management systems (FMS) with dual WAAS GPS/LPV, graphical flight planning, onboard weather radar, full EICAS, aircraft system controls incorporated into the MFD, electronic checklists, envelope protection, DME, ADS-B Out, and 0.3 nm RNP as well as support for FANS-1A, SmartLanding™, SmartTaxi™, SmartRunway™, TOLD, and RVSM operations. Options include; CPDLC, XM weather, flight data recorder, cockpit voice recorder, dual charts/maps, HF radio, SATCOM, ADS-B In, enhanced vision systems, a second MFD, and other customer specified items.
About SyberJet Aircraft www.syberjet.com
SyberJet Aircraft is an MSC Aerospace company and a U.S. based producer of the world’s fastest and longest range seven-seat light business jet – SyberJet’s own proprietary SJ30. The SJ30 is single pilot FAA certified jet with a top speed of Mach 0.83 (486 kts / 560 mph) and a 2,500 nautical mile range. It maintains sea level cabin pressure up to 41,000 feet (maximum flight ceiling is 49,000 feet). The SJ30 holds three world records for speed and distance. It is designed with a 30 degree swept wing for high speed and fuel efficient cruising and with leading edge slats and flaps that are optimized for low speed approaches and gentle landings. These state-of-the-art aerodynamic features, coupled with the efficiency and power of Williams FJ44 engines and the advanced technology of SyberVision™ avionics (with Honeywell inside), make the SJ30 best in class. SyberJet Aircraft has operations in Cedar City, Utah and in San Antonio, Texas.