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Honda Aircraft Company expands HondaJet sales to India

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: India Aircraft: Airplanes

Honda Aircraft Company announced that it has expanded sales of the HondaJet to India with the appointment of Arrow Aircraft Sales and Charters Pvt., Ltd. as an authorized sales representative based in New Delhi, India. Honda Aircraft made the announcement at Begumpet Airport during Wings India, where the HondaJet is making its first-ever appearance. 

"We are confident that the addition of Arrow Aircraft as an authorized sales representative will allow for the HondaJet to be successful in the fast-growing business aviation market of India. We are looking forward to their strong sales and promotion of the most advanced light jet in the market," said Honda Aircraft President and CEO Michimasa Fujino. 

Arrow Aircraft Managing Director of Sales and Charters Rohit Kapur added, "We are excited to be appointed as HondaJet India. The business aviation market continues to grow in our area and the HondaJet's performance and features are a true game changer. We are looking forward to providing our customers with a dedicated sales team for the fastest, most comfortable and efficient business jet in its category." 

Honda Aircraft has established a worldwide dealer and authorized sales network to provide unsurpassed service and support for HondaJet customers. The HondaJet authorized network spans territories in North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia. The HondaJet is an advanced light jet which incorporates many technological innovations in aeronautical design and it was the most delivered jet in its category in 2017.

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