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News: Honda Aircraft Company Celebrates 250th Jet In Service

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  1. HondaJet's 250th Unit Shipped
    The HondaJet, which earned its type certification from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in 2015, has been a game-changer in its class. To date, the aircraft holds 14 type certifications around the world. Its progressive evolution, from the HondaJet (2015), to the HondaJet Elite (2018), the Elite S (2021), and the latest Elite II (2022), has consistently redefined the very light jet category. Renowned for being the most fuel-efficient, fastest, highest, and farthest flying aircraft in its class, the growing fleet of the HondaJet is a testament to Honda Aircraft Company’s commitment to bringing new value to customers.
  2. The airframer delivered the 250th unit of the HondaJet recently. "The 250th delivery milestone is not just a number, but a narrative of our constant pursuit of excellence and innovation," said Honda Aircraft Company President & CEO Hideto Yamasaki. "We are grateful for the global recognition and trust that customers place in the HondaJet. We remain dedicated to advancing the aviation industry, continuously pushing the boundaries of skyward mobility to enhance joy and freedom for customers."
  3. As its fleet size grows, the HondaJet’s customers consistently enjoy convenient access to high-quality support and services. This is ensured by Honda’s strong global network, comprising Authorized Sales Representatives (ASR) and Authorized Service Centers (ASC) across Americas, Europe, and Asia, further enhancing the flying experience for each HondaJet customer. Now that the regular HondaJet model has solidified itself with the public, their attention has been turned to developing the new HondaJet Echelon...which is the next step on from the HondaJet.

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    Honda Aircraft Company
    Greensboro, NC
    United States of America

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