paris ms 760 jet for sale
Canadian businessman and aviation enthusiast Edward Furtak is selling the 30 Morane Saulnier MS-760 jets, known as Paris Jets he had purchased and refurbished with some very hi-tech features at Furtak and co.’s Georgia, USA headquarters.
The parish jets are also the world’s first light jet used as a military trained used by the French Air Force in 1950. And now these jets have been made really stylish and brought up to date with every four-seater been given a new leather interior, fresh paintwork and a state-of-the-art computerized instrument panel.
In addition to this, Furtak has also bought all the spare parts from the French Air Force and also the Paris Jet plans from Daher-Socata (which was earlier called Morane-Saulnier with a view to building new models once the existing supply is sold out.
Specifications of the MS-760:
- Length: 34 ft 2 in (10.4 m)
- Fuel capacity: 486 gal (1840 l)
- Maximum speed: 432 mph (695 km/h)
- Cruise speed: 400 mph (650 km/h)
- Rate of climb: 1550 ft/min (7.87 m/s)
A standard model of the remodeled Paris jet retails at $550,000 which includes 10 hours of flight training.‚