Introduced for the first time at the 2013 Paris Air Show, Flaris LAR 1 is the smallest personal business jet in the world. This aircraft has a capacity of four passengers with one pilot. This small private jet has a feature to release the wings so it can fit into the garage of your home.
Flaris LAR 1 was developed by a company based in Podgórzyn, Poland named Metal-Master. Metal-Master is a company that manufactures technology for use in manufacturing automobile parts. Flaris was launched by Metal-Master in 2012 as an aircraft brand.
The Flaris LAR 1 is supported by an American-built Williams International FJ33-5A turbofan, a machine that is also used to drive the Cirrus Vision SF50 private jet. This small personal jet can reach cruising speeds of up to 437 mph with a maximum range of 1,990 miles.
The aircraft is also equipped with a Garmin G600 glass flight deck and aircraft parachute system which is also used on the Cirrus Vision and SR22 aircraft models.