OSHKOSH, Wisconsin—The numbers are in: GE Aviation, the first corporate user of the HondaJet, says the diminutive business aircraft is boosting productivity and saving it money compared with flying on the airlines. GE Aviation put the first of two HondaJets into service toward the end of April, and the company is logging dramatic benefits in productivity and efficiency as the aircraft whisks executives between sites in the company’s newly-built supply chain. “We have over ...

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