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Pics of (Almost) All of the NBAA Static Display Aircraft

Pics of (Almost) All of the NBAA Static Display Aircraft

The 2022 NBAA-BACE show got underway this morning in Orlando Florida.

As the biggest event in the business aviation calendar, almost all of the major players in the industry came out in force to display their latest and greatest aircraft.

Highlights of the show include the Dassault Falcon 6X and the Gulfstream G700 & G800, which are all in various stages of their certification efforts.

Below we take a look at almost all of the aircraft in the static display. There are more, but they are mostly boxed in without the chance of a good picture opportunity.

Be aware though, this is a long post, so better viewed on desktop rather than mobile.


Gulfstream came out in force, displaying two of its new G700s. However, the highlight was the first sighting of its new G800, complete with ‘Experimental’ titles and a long probe fitted to the nose.

Textron Aviation

Textron Aviation also came out in force, displaying several of its ‘Gen2’ aircraft for the first time

Cirrus Aircraft

Cirrus likes its Vision Jet so much that it brought two aircraft with it

Other Aircraft

Of course, NBAA is not just about new aircraft sales. Many aircraft are being displayed by brokers, which are looking to sell aircraft on behalf of their owners.

Below is a selection of those aircraft, as well as other aircraft that could be photographed.

Last, but very definitely not least

As well as business jets, Leonardo brought along one of its AW609 Tiltrotor aircraft, giving many people their first chance to view the aircraft first-hand.