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Fri, 9 Feb 2018

Air Taxi Service Signs MOU for Multiple HondaJets

Wijet, a leading air taxi service provider currently operating 15 business jets throughout Europe, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding for multiple HondaJets to upgrade its fleet.

Wijet was the first air taxi company to be established in France. It currently offers travel to about 1,200 airports throughout Europe and North Africa.

"There is no comparison to the HondaJet, in its category," said Patrick Hersent, CEO of Wijet. "For our customers we offer the best-of- the-best in terms of products and experience while providing our partners with a safe and superior product at an affordable rate. The HondaJet does all of these things."

Mr. Simon Roads, senior division director of sales at Honda Aircraft Company, Mr. Michimasa Fujino, CEO of Honda Aircraft Company, and Mr. Patrick Hersent, CEO of Wijet, after signing a Memorandum of Understanding for multiple HondaJets to upgrade the Wijet fleet. Click to enlarge.

Wijet is expected to take delivery of its first HondaJet during the first quarter of 2018 with more to follow.

"I am delighted that Wijet has chosen the HondaJet to provide their customers with the exceptional experience of the most advanced light jet on the market," said Honda Aircraft President and CEO, Michimasa Fujino. "I am confident the HondaJet will meet and exceed their expectations with its quietest, most spacious and most comfortable cabin in its class combined with unrivaled speed, efficiency, and amenities like a fully-private lavatory and WiFi connectivity."

The HondaJet is currently certified in Europe (European Aviation Safety Agency), the United States (Federal Aviation Administration), Mexico (Directorate General of Civil Aviation), Canada (Transport Canada) and Brazil (Brazilian National Civil Aviation Agency).

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