Small, Private Jets

July 23, 2006 at 10:00 am 2 comments

As a follow up on a post last week, where Eclipse Air is putting together the smaller jets that might be used as Air Taxis, a friend sent this link to Honda Air.  Maybe getting that pilot license isn’t such a bad idea! 

Update:  Honda made it official today they are in the aviation business now.


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  • 1. David  |  July 23, 2006 at 2:21 pm

    They were talking about the new jet on Autoline Detroit this morning on the speed channel. Did you notice that Honda is making TurboJet engines as well. They said the new jet gets much better fuel usage over current jets. Honda’s marketing is going to go after regional shuttles/charters.
    I am not sure seating for 4 would be enough for shuttles, makes me wonder if they have a larger one also in the works.
    But you are correct, I can’t wait to see what they are able to do to the price.
    These new players could lead to some interesting shakeups with the current players.
    You have to wonder though, is this just the beginning for them? Are they going to get involved in Air Racing and or Private Aircraft (maybe prop driven). They tend to want to be major playing in whatever they get involved in.

  • 2. The Eclipse Blog  |  October 2, 2006 at 7:16 pm

    U really r a jets lover


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