Effect of Very Light Jets on the Aviation Industry

Very Light Jets (VLJs) are small and relatively inexpensive jets designed to carry a limited number of passengers, typically between 4 and 8. They have a lower operating cost and can access smaller airports than traditional commercial jets, making them popular for business and personal travel.  VLJs have increased the accessibility of air travel to a wider range of individuals and businesses, who may not have been able to afford or justify the cost of traditional private jets.

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