High-range HondaJet Elite introduced

Honda introduced the HondaJet Elite, the world's fastest, highest-altitude, quietest and most fuel-efficient jet.



According to the Honda statement, Honda exhibited a new and improved HondaJet Elite at a special venue in front of the 2018 European Business Aviation Congress and Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva, Switzerland.

While the HondaJet Elite is capable of climbing its mileage by 17 percent over a distance of more than 400 kilometers, the newly developed noise reduction input structure on the engines also reduces high frequency noises, resulting in a high level of silence in the cab.

The new aircraft's advanced aviation system also includes optimal flight planning, automatic stability and protection functions to enhance flight safety. The HondaJet Elite, with its 2,266 km range, automatically adjusts the take-off and landing distances on the tracks with exclusive technology in the world.

According to the information provided, HondaJet Elite, which is more fuel efficient than any other class airplane in its class, has been developed by Honda Aircraft including OTWEM and NLF, nose, wings and composite body has superior aviation solutions.

The new HondaJet Elite stands out as the most efficient, quietest, fastest and highest altitude aircraft, as well as the longest-range plane of its category.

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Not only is it equipped with superior technology for flight, HondaJet Elite also offers special solutions such as Bongiovi, the first in-cab audio system of the industry, which does not need loudspeakers and provides uninterrupted audio experience in the entire cabin.

Safety arched toilet, steam coffee machine and double colored luxury seats stand out as other optional equipment. The HondaJet Elite delivers the best fuel efficiency in its class while at the same time preserving the environment by offering the best speed, height and range of its class.

The HondaJet Elite will be exhibited for the first time at EBACE on May 28-31.

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