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News: Honda Aircraft Company Performance Upgrade For HA-420

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  1. Performance Updates For The HA-420

    During the NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) the Honda Aircraft Company announced a performance package for the HA-420. The company’s new Advanced Performance Modification Group (APMG) engineered the upgrade, enabling existing HondaJet owners to enhance their current aircraft with several new performance and software features. "As Honda Aircraft Company continues to pioneer new technologies in aviation, the APMG was created to ensure that all HondaJet owners, current and future, would have the opportunity to experience newly-created state-of-the-art technologies, regardless of when they purchased their aircraft," Honda Aircraft Company CEO and President Michimasa Fujino stated. He added, "The purpose of the APMG is to implement new features on original aircraft for the benefit of customers around the world."
  2. Some of the enhanced features that will be available within the APMG include a shorter takeoff field length, an increased maximum takeoff weight and more mission capabilities. The package also features many Garmin G3000 avionics software updates, including, but not limited to, advanced integrated Take Off & Landing (TOLD) calculations, increased connectivity with Flight Stream 510 compatibility and an enhanced electronic checklist. The Honda Aircraft company has been steadily improving their Hondajet product with the introduction of the latest iteration, the HondaJet ELITE. They are also not forgetting the original HondaJet that started it all for the company and hence why they are offering upgrades to this product for those who may not want to move from their first HondaJet to the ELITE version.

    For more information:

    Honda Aircraft Company
    Greensboro, NC
    United States of America
    www.hondajet.com

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