Why Honda Jet Will DOMINATE The Future



To fly a distance of 2500 miles, like from New York to Los Angeles, you need to make at least one fuel stop in any light jet currently in production. The Syber jet can fly such distances nonstop, or even fly across the North Atlantic from New York, but you can’t have more than two passengers on board, and besides, when you look at the inside of the SJ30, haha, your guess is as good as mine. Those who don’t want a small jet but want to fly long distances resort to either settling for fuel stops here and there or simply go for medium-sized jets like the Gulfstream G280 or the Bombardier Challenger 300. These jets are slightly larger (well, large enough that you can stand inside them), but they need two pilots to fly, and they in no way match the efficiency and economics of their single-pilot friends. But Honda wants to change that. Honda wants to prove that a jet can carry up to 10 passengers, fly fast and much farther, while remaining a single-pilot jet.
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43 thoughts on “Why Honda Jet Will DOMINATE The Future”

  1. Why do they think of engines from GE or Rolls Royce. Those two brands provide superior performance and are super reliable. The cost maybe of an issue, but we are talking aviation expenses and as everyone knows those are never low.

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  2. HondaJet will dominate nothing…it has stiff competition from all the jet-props, and from Cirrus SF50…and soon the faster and more capable Stratos jet.

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  3. I remember how many people were saying that Mitsubishi would dominate the regional jet market some years ago. Now its project is canceled. The truth is that making an aircraft is not easy and the competition is ferocious. Anyway, I am looking forward to see what Honda can come up with. Surely they will have to come up with some breakthrough to get there. I am also looking forward to see what will be the answer from Embraer, which in my opinion has the best team of engineers in the aviation market today.

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  4. Is the new honda jet going to have a single point fuel port or is it going to be like the other honda jets where the fuel port is by the engines.

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  5. I too like fly by wire, with a mechanical back up, and I like to keep the yoke, it is a transport category plane, not a fighter. For those who still think of Honda's engineering etc, maybe you are not aware since the last of the 2 founders died, Honda been taken over by risk averse accountants. They are not as leading edge as they used to be, at least their cars. The single pilot concept is strictly to do with how much automation , regulations and basic risk management. Just because the plane is rated for single pilot, does not mean the insurance will make it easy to fly alone. You can take off with a 747/400 alone if you have to, but you be very busy, as long as you push all the right buttons. The jet market is not so easy to dominate, since engine technologies (and avionics) are a tightly held secret in all countries. What ever price advantage can only be the result of the airframe. Right now, I feel the Brazilians had a lot of savings they have not passed on to buyers. I am not sure I prefer the PC24, it is over 100mph slower than other jets, except the single engine one. The PC 12 is just 30 mph slower than the competitor, the TBM 900, that I accept.

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  6. To be honest, I don't need or want 10 seats. Same for the unrefueled transcon range. So this Honda exercise in superlatives is wasted on me. I just need something like the Eclipse, but with enough capacity for four sets of clubs plus luggage. So it looks like a Phenom or Citation will be the next jet.
    Incidentally, the Vision Jet is NOT a master of economics. Do the math. It loses on every count and is a single to boot. Anyone who would trade the redundant safety of a twin for a parachute in the VLJ or light jet class, or in any non-military jet purchase for that matter, is a fool of the first order.

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  7. I didn't like the looks of the previous model
    with single engine on top of fuselage, this one
    looks great. Edit; yikes, the color of the seats is
    horrid.

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  8. If Michimasa say the aircraft will go 2,600 bet it will go 2,650. Nobody believed the numbers of the first Honda Jet sight unseen until he.prove them all wrong. He will do the same again.

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  9. Phenons already dominate the market and the new versions will bring even higher reliability and less maintenance costs.

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  10. A very good airplane, I am pretty sure. But what I see is that… all and every analysis from neutral channels… say Embraer is far better. Not because I am brazilian, this is what people say. Btw, my car is Honda, and I love it.

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  11. I bet it doesn’t. It’s completely overrated, and only the engine mounts differentiate it.
    I will take this bet any day

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  12. “You didn’t tell me its a plane!”
    She shouted from the ground regretting rejecting the offer of a ride on my Honda for a ride on a Harley.

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  13. How long has it been on the market again? Honda will NOT dominate in the skies, no Japanese ever did….plus, it comes with GE engined…ker 👎

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  14. Phenom is the best because of its cost per seat mike which makes it the best choice due to its dependability “. Errr, which is it? Cost or reliability? The sentence, like most if this, makes no sense and us just full of empty ckaims and marketing wank

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  15. Thing sounds like an underpowered vacuum once it's started up. But it's also the fastest single pilot ac. So there's that. But I hate having to fuel one, I'd rather fuel a beechjet.

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