Honda Aircraft Names Banyan Air Service HondaJet Dealer

 - August 20, 2014, 11:30 AM

Banyan Air Services of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has been named a HondaJet dealer serving the Southeast U.S. Under the agreement, Banyan Air Services will provide HondaJet sales and service for the eight-state territory that includes Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee and South Carolina.

“Banyan Air Service has an outstanding reputation for providing exemplary customer satisfaction through aircraft sales and service. We are proud to have a partner who shares Honda’s commitment to making customers our highest priority,” said Honda Aircraft president and CEO Michimasa Fujino. “Banyan Air Service will complement and further strengthen the HondaJet dealer network.”

Banyan Air Services, an FAA and EASA certified repair station, has more than 30 years’ experience serving the general aviation market and provides 24-hour FBO and aircraft maintenance services. The MRO also has full avionics capabilities and turbine engine services.

“We are excited to represent the HondaJet in the Southeast U.S.,” said Banyan Air Service president Don Campion. “Banyan Air Service looks forward to providing exceptional aviation services to HondaJet customers.”


Dennis M Gruba's picture

I find it refreshing to read that CEO Fujino takes the time to make a comment on this air center agreement and is also the reciepient of the SAE award for all the unique innovation this aircraft brings to the aviation world.

I recently spotted one getting refueled at our local airport and I believe once the public gets familiar with this aircraft they will want to have them made available for a more 'private feel' to the cattle car experience of boarding a feeder airline to main hubs.

This aircraft may very well be the affordable answer to let the flying public have a 'private corporate jet' experience in their lifetimes. I look forward to the day where enough of these are made and become even more affordable that they will be the next step in a families transportation needs and considered a necessity not a luxury.

I have even joked to my family members that the next time there is a wedding, re-union or a funeral perhaps they could swing by in a Honda jet and bring us all together for the event and avoid the airline and airport bustle all together.

Time will tell. My hat is off to CEO Fujino and Honda for being innovative, thourough, and forward looking enough to open up aviation to a whole new realm of utilization and possibilties.

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