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Honda Is In ! Honda’s New Personal HondaJet is almost ready .

Honda HA-420 HondaJet
Business jet
The Honda HA-420 HondaJet is the first aircraft developed by Honda Aircraft Company. The light business jet was designed in Japan and then developed and manufactured in Greensboro, North Carolina in the United States.

Honda Aircraft has a new light jet and has completed flight-testing! The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded the  with the “Type Certification” the company’s been chasing since they fired up an aircraft division in 2006. The plane is finally legal for American skies and sales to the public !

The HondaJet is classified as a “Very Light Jet,” it has a maximum takeoff weight of under 10,000 pounds. 9,200 to be exact,  These planes are typically approved for single-pilot operation and carry four to eight passengers.

Honda claims that their new entry is “the best.” It’s supposed to be the fastest (420 knots/483 MPH) and most efficient of all like aircraft.

In the next 30 days we see should official confirmation that a HondaJet has been delivered to the first customer. If  that takes place, there are a several  unknowns about what will happen in the months to follow as more of the Honda Jets get into the hands of pilots.

Honda is certain they have the market share to make this baby “fly”. There are more than 100 customers waiting for their plane; that’s a two-year backlog. It will be a test to see how the orders grows . It would not be the first time that market demand for a new aircraft—business or commercial—essentially stalled after entering service and much fanfare. If HondaJet lives up to all the hype and proves to be as reliable as its manufacturer promises, the new entrant could have a huge impact on the competitive field. In that case—and if market share is one of the company’s major objectives in the medium term—a surge in demand could push Honda to increase production rates.

Metal Building Systems

Aircraft hangars. Aviation Hangars. Airplane Hangars. Are commonly referred to as garages for airplanes. They can vary from simple structures that shade the sun and a few elements. To huge fully enclosed buildings that protect all of the aircraft, airplanes and a complete workshop from the elements and environment. Aviation Hangars are just a small expense  compared to the over all cost to protect your investment.

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Where you store your aircraft,  is a very important part of being a responsible owner and protecting your investment. You will need to decide to use a  hangar  or tie it down system. This is where it gets important ! How you store your plane can change its re-sale value, extend its life span. If you go the El chaeapo route it can  cost you a lot of unnecessary expenses. It all depends on your personal plans.

The owner needs to assess his needs with regards to the maintenance that will be performed on the airplanes. This can vary from no maintenance to just a place to keep the plane out of the weather.

Aircraft Hangars

There are several types of spaces in hangar facilities:

  • Hangar Area
  • Shops Area
  • Warehouse Area
  • Office/Administration and Specialty Areas
  • Building Utilities Area

Airplane Hangar Buildings – Hanger Kits

To determine the most efficient use of hangar space. You should do a blueprint representing floor plans. Drawn at the same scale. Arrange the airplanes in various combinations to the make the most efficient use of space and maintenance operations.

Minimum distances between aircraft and minimum distances between the aircraft , airplanes and other obstructions in some buildings must be defined.

  • Airplane hangars
  • Aviation Hangars
  • Helicopter hangars
  • Small plane hangar
  • Aircraft equipment storage and repair
  • Fuel storage

Aviation Buildings

Most maintenance shops and warehouses provide space and storage for required maintenance such as fabrication. This includes shops, airplane repair, engine repair, repair, battery servicing area.Maintenance and interior finishes and paint for all aviation hangars repair.

Protect your aircraft investment. Steel aircraft hangars are a wise choice, because of the superior protection they offer.

Steel aircraft hangars can offer clear spans of up to 300 ft. and interior columns of unlimited width.

Are you looking for the ideal aviation hangar  for a helicopter or fixed wing aircraft maintenance and storage, browse our site and others to get in touch with the top airplane hangar providers.

Arch-style steel buildings are very popular for a variety of uses in the field of aviation including aircraft hangars, prefab garage kits and more.

Pre-engineered (or Prefab) hangars and  buildings are very popular because of their lower costs. Ultra-quick and easy construction.Durability & superior performance in all weather conditions. Not to mention their lower insurance costs. And  energy efficiency. Aviation Hangars and Small Airplane Hangars are the answer to all your needs.

 Thinking of a Private Jet Charter? Well Here you go. You can choose from a Tiger Woods G5 Gulfstream to Citation Mustang. It’s not cheap but there’e no lines!

Just a couple of quick ..Did You Know?

The cost of operating a Private Jet  Charter per hour cost.

Gulfstream 550 $8,640
Global Express/XRS $8,045
Falcon 7X $7,865
Falcon 900 $6,075
Gulfstream IV $5,884
Challenger 604 $5,053
Citation X $4,533
Hawker 800 $3,582
Citation Excel/XLS $3,388
Learjet 60 $3,347
Citation Mustang $1,674

Source: Avinode Marketplace

Did You Know…?

11,261 private jets were registered for use in the United States, and 7,997 in the rest of the world.
Source: General Aviation Manufacturers Association

Did You Know?..

Cost to charter a Gulfstream V for a weekend trip from New York City to San Francisco: $106,711.17
(Friday evening to Sunday evening, all costs including helicopter transportation to and from airport, two full-time captains, a flight attendant, crew per diems, landing, ramp, parking, fuel surcharge, taxes, etc)
Source: Talon Air, Inc

Did You Know?

The most popular model of private jet in the U.S. is the Cessna Citation Excel,  known as the Citation XLS and XLS+. This medium-sized business jet took off on 144,302 flights in 2012, at an average charter rate of $3,388 per hour.
Source: Avinode Marketplace, FAA ASDI

Airplane hangars, Aviation Hangars  have become a multi-use building. The past 25 years. A simple building has evolved into many a  super guy’s man-cave. Workshop, metal storage buildings and even residential steel buildings. The style of the airplane hangar continues to change on from a gable style building. Many of these airplane hanger buildings are sporting eave heights which allow for full two stories.  Most are custom designed to make room for a shop, bathroom, sleeping area and even kitchenette. For the man who has to travel to their airplane hangar, it just makes sense to have fully equipped facilities.

Here are some basic planning basics:

*What’s this building going to do for you? Not what it is – a workshop, storage, garage, business, airplane hangar only?  Do you have a backup use?

*What size building will you need? Don’t go to small. Allow for a larger plane or shop expansion.

*What door sizes will you need? Overhead doors or sliding doors?

*Where should you place the doors? On the sides or on the ends?

* What colors? Does it need to blend in to a certain area. Are there code restrictions?

 Here’s a snippet of history ..Thanks to Wikipedia

The Wright brothers stored and repaired their aircraft in a wooden hangar constructed in 1902 at Kill Devil Hills in North Carolina for their glider. After completing design and construction of the Wright Flyer in Ohio, the brothers returned to Kill Devil Hill only to find their hangar damaged. They repaired the structure and constructed a new workshop while they waited for the Flyer to be shipped.

In Britain, the earliest aircraft hangars were known as aeroplane sheds and the oldest surviving examples of these are at Larkhill, Wiltshire. These were built in 1910 for the Bristol School of Flying are now Grade II*Listed buildings. British aviation pioneer Alliott Verdon Roe built one of the first aeroplane sheds in 1907 at Brooklands, Surrey, and today full-size replicas of this and the 1908 Roe biplane are displayed at Brooklands Museum.

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