GE Honda Aero Engines has signed agreements to power two new VLJs with a new engine, the fruit of the efforts of the 50/50 joint company created in 2004 by General Electric and Honda. The new HF-120 engine, a 2,050-pound-thrust successor to Honda's HF-118 1,750-pound thrust developmental engine, will power Spectrum's Freedom jet as well as the HondaJet. The new engine features technology and input from both partners. GE Honda has been engaged in aggressive development and component testing, ...

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