Honda Jet has announced that it was begun deliveries of its lightweight jets. The small jets have cabin space for four with adjustable executive seating. Classified as a very light jet, the Honda Jet is about $4.5 million, according to Axle Geeks. The maximum cruise speed is 420 KTAS at 30,000 feet, which Honda reports is faster than other jets in its class.

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Photo of the first delivery celebration, courtesy of Honda Jet.

Onboard, the jets have large seats, a private restroom, and side seating for a fifth person. The cabin space is designed for work and relaxation during flights. Honda Jets are available in various accent colors, including red or blue. The Honda Jet is Honda’s first aircraft. Pilots are currently being trained to fly the jet, and there are dealers in 11 territories selling it. Customer services support will be conducted out of the Honda Jet facility in Greensboro, North Carolina. The facility will also support maintenance for the Honda Jets.

Honda Jet received type certification from he Federal Aviation Administration on December 8, 2015. The certification is obtained after the aircraft passes safety tests, among other tests.

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