Honda Aircraft, facing further delays in the certification of the GE Honda HF120 engine, is pushing back its target for certification of the HondaJet until the end of 2014. The program already had encountered delays after problems with the HF120 surfaced during ice testing in 2011, forcing changes in the engine fan design and a delay in engine certification. The company had hoped the redesigned engine would receive certification by mid-2013, clearing the way for certification and the ...
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