LONDON, England – Cambridge Airport will be the first in the UK to welcome the brand new HondaJet.
The distinctive looking advanced light jet, fresh from its first public appearance in Europe at the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva last week, will be shown to prospective customers by Marshall Aviation Services, its newest sales dealership for Northern Europe, early this week. It will then fly to Birmingham, on to Leeds and then to Farnborough – the latter to be presented by its Southern Europe dealership and resident TAG Aviation.
Other European countries welcoming the industry’s newest business jet as part of its 26,000nm world tour include Antwerp, Paris, Munich, Hamburg, Dusseldorf and Warsaw. “We are very excited to bring the HondaJet to Europe to showcase its performance capabilities,” said Michimasa Fujino, President and CEO of EBACE, last week.
HondaJet made its first showing in Japan at various airports around the country from 25th April, receiving a warm welcome from some 10,000 people. Three HondaJets have flown so far and another 20 are in production.