This year, Honda Aircraft Company introduced its new business jet: the HondaJet Elite. An elegant, high-performance aircraft packed with technologies of all kinds.
The HondaJet Elite is a gem of technology, incorporating many technological innovations including the unique OTWEM configuration (Over-The-Wing Engine Mount), nose and wing laminar natural flow (NLF) and the fuselage composite.
These advances contribute to the aircraft’s incredible performance, unsurpassed efficiency and maximum fuselage space, making the aircraft’s cabin the largest in its class, including a full-service kitchen, a practice Private toilet with seat with optional seatbelt and an exclusive Bongiovi sound system.
The HondaJet Elite is also a very secure aircraft and offers a very ergonomic steering interface with a customized and improved Garmin® G3000 avionics. Honda Aircraft continues to commit to improving the quality of life through personal mobility while being part of a sustainable society. The HondaJet Elite remains far more energy efficient and emits fewer greenhouse gases than any other business jet of similar size. Certified for a single driver, the HondaJet Elite continues to live up to the company’s reputation for superior performance, efficiency, quality and value. Honda Aircraft offers a wide range of colors for the exterior design of the HondaJet Elite.
Honda Aircraft Company, an ambitious company
Honda Aircraft Company is a subsidiary of American Honda Motor Co, Inc. Founded in 2006, the global headquarters of Honda Aircraft is located in North Carolina, birthplace of aviation. Honda Aircraft achieves one of Honda’s long-standing dreams in advancing human mobility in the sky.
With this new model, Honda Aircraft Company sets new standards in business aviation and wishes to establish its reputation as a leader in this ever-changing industry.
Deliveries of the HondaJet Elite have already begun (17 in total) and according to the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA), it was the most delivered jet in its class in the first half of 2018. The jet costs 5.25 millions of dollars.