May 23, 2023
Honda Aircraft Company today debuted the company’s latest innovation, the HondaJet Elite II, for the first time at the 2023 European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva, Switzerland. The HondaJet Elite II will be on display throughout EBACE public days, May 23-25.
“Debuting our latest aircraft at EBACE marks an important milestone for everyone at Honda Aircraft Company, demonstrating our unwavering commitment to excellence," said Honda Aircraft President & CEO Hideto Yamasaki. “The HondaJet Elite II continues our dedication to exceeding the expectations of customers worldwide by setting new standards in performance, efficiency and comfort for the future of very light jets.”
With a range of up to 1,547 nautical miles, the Elite II bolsters the HondaJet’s position as the most fuel-efficient jet, flying farther than any other aircraft in its class and with lower carbon emissions. Honda Aircraft Company continues to demonstrate its long-standing commitment to the environment and sustainable aviation practices with the latest HondaJet Elite II.
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The HondaJet Elite II has received type certification from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and is expecting the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) type certification soon. The global fleet of HondaJet has exceeded 170,000 flight hours and grown to 230 aircraft worldwide. In Europe, there are currently 20 HondaJet in operation. To further support its customers in the region, Honda Aircraft Company has doubled its authorized service center in Europe and added a flight training center in Farnborough, UK.