1. HondaJet HA-420

The HondaJet is the world’s most advanced light jet, with best-in-class advantages in performance, comfort, quality and efficiency. The HondaJet is the fastest, highest-flying, quietest, and most fuel-efficient jet in its class. The HondaJet incorporates many technological innovations in aviation design, including the unique Over-The-Wing Engine Mount (OTWEM) configuration that dramatically improves performance and fuel efficiency by reducing aerodynamic drag.

The OTWEM design also reduces cabin sound, minimizes ground-detected noise, and allows for the roomiest cabin in its class, the largest baggage capacity, and a fully serviceable private aft lavatory. The HondaJet is powered by two highly fuel-efficient GE Honda HF120 turbofan jet engines, and is equipped with the most sophisticated glass flight deck available in any light business jet, a Honda-customized Garmin® G3000 next-generation, all-glass avionics system composed of three 14-inch landscape-format displays and dual touch-screen controllers. The HondaJet is Honda’s first commercial aircraft and lives up to the company’s reputation for superior performance, efficiency, quality and value.

Performance

Fact Sheet

ModelHondajet HA-420
Seating1 crew member + 5 passengers (2 crew member + 4 passengers)
Maximum Speed422 ktas / 782 km/h
Maximum Range1.223 nm / 2.265 km (with four occupants)
Interior Dimensions – Height4,80 ft / 1,46 m
Interior Dimensions – Width5 ft / 1,52 m
Interior Dimensions – Length17,8 ft / 5,43 m
External Dimensions – Height14.90 ft (4.54 m)
External Dimensions – Length42.62 ft (12.99 m)
External Dimensions – Wing Span39.76 ft (12.12 m)
Luggage Capacity66 ft3
EnginesGE Honda / HF12

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Specification 

Aircraft Dimensions

Fuselage Height4.4 mt – 14.4 ft
Fuselage Length11.8 mt – 39.7 ft
Wingspan14 mt – 46 ft
Cabin Height (seat to cover)1.36 mt – 4.46 ft
Cabin Width1.48 mt – 4.85 ft
Max Seating capacity2+9
Fuel tank capacity800 lt – 212 US Gal

Powerplant

Engine ManufacturerLycoming TEO-540-C1A
Engine Power2 x 375 HP
Time Before Overhaul2000 hrs
Propeller2 x 3 blades constant speed
Fuel Consumption30 US Gal/h
Fuel Type100/130, 100LL and UL100

Design Weight & Loading

Maximum Take Off Weight3600 kg – 7936.64 lb
Empty Weight, Standard2250 kg – 4960 lb
Useful Load1350 kg – 2976 lb

Performance

Max Cruise Speed (KTAS)190 kts @ 10.000 ft
Stall Speed (Flaps Down Power Off) KCAS60 kts – 111 km/h
Practical ceiling
Take off run350 mt – 1148 ft
Take off distance600 mt – 1968.5 ft
Landing Run250 mt – 820 ft
Landing Distance500 mt – 1640 ft
Rate of climb7,62 m/s – 1500 ft/min
Range1.137 nm 6.3 hrs
Flight RuleVFR Day/Night, Fully IFR

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5. The De Havilland Canada Dash 8

The De Havilland Canada Dash 8 is a series of turboprop-powered regional airliners, introduced by de Havilland Canada (DHC) in 1984. DHC was later bought by Boeing in 1988, then by Bombardier in 1992; then by Longview Aviation Capital in 2019, reviving the de Havilland Canada brand. Powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100s, it was developed from the Dash 7 with improved cruise performance, lowered operational costs but without STOL performance. Three sizes were offered: initially the 37–40 seat -100 until 2005 and the more powerful -200 from 1995, the stretched 50–56 seats -300 from 1989, both until 2009, and the 68–90 seats -400 from 1999, still in production. The Q Series are post-1997 variants with quieter cabins.

By 2017, the Q400 aircraft had logged 7 million flight hours with 60 operators and transported over 400 million passengers with a dispatch reliability over 99.5%.

By July 2018, 844 Dash 8s were in airline service: 143 Series 100 with 35 operators, 42 Series 200 with 16 operators, 151 Series 300 with 32 operators and 508 Q400s. By then, 56 orders were in backlog.

ModelQ200[85]Q300[86]Q400[87]
Cockpit crew2
Cabin crew11-22-3
Passengers, typical3750@30–33″[88]82@30″
Max capacity[89]405690@28″
Length73 ft / 22.25 m84 ft 3 in / 25.70 m107 ft 9 in / 32.8 m
Height24 ft 7 in / 7.49 m27 ft 5 in / 8.4 m
Wingspan90 ft / 27.40 m93 ft 3 in / 28.4 m
Wing area585 ft² / 54.40 m²605 ft² / 56.20 m²689 ft² / 64 m²
Aspect ratio13.813.3612.6
WidthFuselage 8 ft 10 in / 2.69 m, cabin 8 ft 3 in / 2.52 m
Cabin length30 ft 1 in / 9.16 m41 ft 6 in / 12.60 m61 ft 8 in / 18.80 m
Max takeoff36,300 lb / 16,466 kg43,000 lb / 19,505 kg67,200 lb / 30,481 kg
Operating empty23,098 lb / 10,477 kg26,000 lb / 11,793 kg39284 lb / 17819 kg [90]
Max payload8,921 lb / 4,647 kg13,500 lb / 6,124 kg18,716 lb / 8,489 kg
Max fuel835 U.S. gal / 3,160 L1,724 U.S. gal / 6,526 L[91]
Engines2 × PW123C/D2 × PW123/B/E2 × PW150
Unit power2,150 hp (1,600 kW)2,380–2,500 hp (1,770–1,860 kW)5,071 shp / 3,781 kW
High speed cruise289 kn / 535 km/h287 kn / 532 km/h300–360 kn / 556–667 km/h
Ceiling25,000 ft / 7,620 m27,000 ft / 8229 m
Range1,125 nmi / 2,084 km924 nmi / 1,711 km1,100 nmi / 2,040 km
Takeoff (MTOW, SL, ISA)3,280 ft / 1,000 m3,870 ft / 1,180 m4,675 ft / 1,425 m
Landing (MLW, SL)2,560 ft / 780 m3,415 ft / 1,040 m4,230 ft / 1,289 m