What does VERY LIGHT JET stand for?
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What does VERY LIGHT JET mean?
- Very light jet
- A very light jet, entry-level jet or personal jet, previously known as a microjet, is a category of small jet aircraft approved for single-pilot operation, seating 4-8 people, with a maximum take-off weight of under 10,000 pounds. They are lighter than what is commonly termed business jets and are designed to be flown by single pilot owners. Examples include the Eclipse 500, Cessna Mustang and Embraer Phenom 100. In December 2010, AvWeb's Paul Bertorelli explained that the term very light jet is not used in the aviation industry anymore, "personal jet is the description du jour. You don't hear the term VLJ—very light jet--much anymore and some people in the industry tell me they think it's because that term was too tightly coupled to Eclipse, a failure that the remaining players want to, understandably, distance themselves from."