New 2012 Cirrus SR22 Aircraft was declared as the most sophisticated single-engine civilian airplane ever built and by a long shot, by Flying magazine, the most widely read general aviation enthusiast magazine. According to this magazine Cirrus Aircraft, which began production in Duluth, Minn., in 1999, has gone from an entrepreneurial dream to a global aviation enterprise with aircraft delivered in more than 60 countries.
New Cirrus SR22 Aircraft features the flexible seating option for five persons – four-plus-one. The new option does allow room for five, but not for five adults. You can seat four adults and a small child, or two adults up front and a couple of midsize children and a smaller child in back. To ensure the safety of children, there is the LATCH child restraint system with secure traps and equally comfortable seating arrangements. This can also be used for carrying along pets.
Also new for 2012 is Perspective Global Connect, an avionics upgrade that provides access to the on-demand Iridium satellite network featuring worldwide weather, satellite phone, text and email messaging capabilities. Perspective Global Connect is fully integrated with the Cirrus Perspective by Garmin cockpit. For comfort and air temperature control, the air condition sees a new avatar, alongside Electronic Stability and Protection (ESP), Enchanced Vision System (EVS), and the Cirrus Airframe Parachute System (CAPS) which would enhance the security and safety features. Due to its easy accesible elaborate touch-screen control panel, apat from the regular panel, flying became more easy and with more style.
Cirrus Aircraft is wholly owned by China Aviation Industry General Aircraft Co., Ltd (CAIGA). For 10 years in a row, the Cirrus SR22 family of aircraft has been the best-selling four-place airplane in the world.
When Cirrus started, we dreamed of building airplanes that make people’s lives easier and better, and we continue to improve upon that dream. This latest validation of our efforts by one of the leading authorities in general aviation is a source of pride that builds even more momentum as we head into what is traditionally a very busy time of the year for flying. And it also inspires us as we accelerate our progress on the Vision Jet,said Dale Klapmeier, CEO of Cirrus Aircraft. [Cirrus Aircraft]