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Performance package perks up the HondaJet
HondaJet owners anywhere in the world can now get the latest performance and software features for their aircraft thanks to work done by Honda's new Advanced Performance Modification Group (APMG).
The APMG performance package offers current HondaJet owners the opportunity to implement the OEM's latest performance upgrades on their aircraft.

Honda Aircraft Company's new Advanced Performance Modification Group (APMG) has engineered a performance package that offers shorter take-off field length, increased maximum take-off weight and more mission capabilities. It also features a number of Garmin G3000 avionics software updates including, but not limited to, advanced integrated Take Off & Landing calculations, increased connectivity with Flight Stream 510 compatibility and an enhanced electronic checklist.

CEO and president Michimasa Fujino explains: “As Honda Aircraft Company continues to pioneer new technologies in aviation, the APMG was created to ensure that all HondaJet owners, current and future, would have the opportunity to experience newly-created state-of-the-art technologies, regardless of when they purchased their aircraft. The purpose of the APMG is to implement new features on original aircraft for the benefit of customers around the world.”

Honda Aircraft Company also announced that the HondaJet and HondaJet Elite have received type certification from India's Directorate General of Civil Aviation. The HondaJet already holds type certifications from the FAA, EASA, Mexico's DGCA, Transport Canada, Brazil's NCAA, Argentina's ANAC and Panama's AAC, while the HondaJet Elite is also certified in the US and Europe.

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