OSHKOSH, WI — One of the most dynamic new aircraft displayed at the Experimental Aircraft Assn. (EAA) meeting here is a low-cost business jet powered by a pair of 770 lb.-thrust turbofan engines that each weigh only 85 lbs. (39 kg). The Williams International engines will be used on a 400-mph (644 km/h) aircraft planned for certification in 2003 that will seat four passengers plus one or two pilots. For a typical flight distance of 883 miles (1,421 km), the aircraft will burn 102 gallons ...

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