HAC Debuts Two HondaJets at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2013 Event

August 02, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

01Honda has been trying to venture into every possible market that they can think of and Honda Aircraft Company has now unveiled two new HondaJets that were debuted at the Experimental Aircraft Association’s AirVenture Oshkosh 2013 event. HAC said that they are really excited to see that they are gradually venturing into the aviation industry and that they have come up with better HondaJets that can offer better comfort and flight experience.  HAC CEO and President Michimasa Fujino was present at the event and he said that Honda has once again proved that they can pose a challenge to any aviation company as they have now come up with not one but two FAA conforming HondaJets.

On the other hand, Chairman of the Board for the EAA Jack Pelton said that EAA AirVenture is an annual celebration for both the past and the future of flight and they are really pleased with the efforts of Honda Aircraft Company that have debuted their two new HondaJets with great interest and enthusiasm. He said that the world welcomes Honda into the flying community and hope that they manage to break into better technologies that can change the flight experience in the future.

Honda Aircraft Company revealed that the two aircrafts that they debuted at the AirVenture Oshkosh Event 2013 were the third and fifth FAA conforming aircrafts that were developed when they were working with the FAA to meet certification requirements. The aircrafts are among the lightest aircrafts that HAC has developed integrated with advanced technologies and concepts like HondaJet Over The Wing Mounted Engine configuration.

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