These graphs are designed to illustrate the performance of HondaJet under a variety of range, payload, speed and density altitude conditions. Do not use these data for flight planning purposes because they are gross approximations of actual aircraft performance.


Time and Fuel Versus Distance
This graph shows the relationship distance flown, block time and fuel consumption. HondaJet has an average long-range cruise speed of about 354 KTAS that yields about 8% better fuel efficiency than cruising at an average 396 KTAS cruise speed. HondaJet’s 7,279 lb. quoted single-pilot BOW is not representative of a typically equipped aircraft with four club seats in the main cabin, a single right-hand, side-facing seat across the entry door and popular options. The two aircraft we flew for this report had 7,500+ lb. single-pilot BOWs.

Specific Range (Mid-Range Weight, ISA) This graph shows the relationship between cruise speed and fuel consumption for Hondajet at representative cruise altitudes for 9,000 lb., mid-weight aircraft. Based upon our two flights in the aircraft, we believe these data to be accurate.

Range/Payload Profile The purpose of this graph is to provide simulations of various trips under a variety of payload and two airport density altitude conditions, with the goal of flying the longest distance at long-range cruise. Each of the six payload/range lines was plotted from multiple data points, ending at the maximum range for each payload condition. The time and fuel burn dashed lines are based upon long-cruise data taken from the Time and Fuel versus Distance graph. Runway distances for sea-level standard day and for BCA’s 5,000 foot elevation, ISA+20C airport accompany the takeoff weights, using the optimum flap configuration in light of FAR Part 23 Commuter Category runway and second-segment OEI climb performance requirements.