Worlds smallest business jet worth £1.7million seen for the first time in the skies

 The world's smallest business jet, Flaris LAR 1, is worth a whopping £1.7million  was seen for the first time. The aircraft also has detachable wings to help with storage.

Reports said that Mr Cena carried out 26 initial tests to check the plane's control and stability.
The aircraft also has detachable wings to help with storage

Rafal Landinski, the founder of the company Metal Master that designed the plane, said: 'The aircraft performed and handled very well in difficult conditions'.

Reports said that the plane only needs 100 metres of runway and is able to reach an altitude of 5,900 feet in a minute.

The company believes that the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) will green light the Flaris LAR 1 by the end of 2020.

British rocker Bruce Dickinson has reportedly expressed an interested in buying one of the jets.

Manufacturers believe that it will be the cheapest passenger jet on the market and have planned to produce several models next year.





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