Honda Aircraft is hoping to certify its new twin HondaJet next year, but President and CEO Michimasa Fujino says the company plans to “fine tune” that schedule once the GE Honda Aero HF120 engine completes final tests this year. Engine and aircraft certification were pushed back after the HF120 encountered problems during ice testing last year, forcing GE Honda to change the engine fan design and delay engine certification to mid-2013. Honda has four aircraft in flight tests, but a ...
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