News

The news below are chronologically listed in the sequence they were announced.
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  • Honda Joins Sustainable Aviation Fuel Review Panel NEW

  • GE Honda Aero Engines Marks 500th Production Engine NEW

  • GE Honda Aero Engines Signs Agreement with Signature TECHNICAir as a Service Provider for HF120 Engine

  • GE Honda Aero Engines’ HF120 engine fleet surpasses 200,000 flight hours

  • GE Honda completed type certification validation for the HF120 turbofan engine in Russia.

  • GE Honda launched the service of the HF120 turbofan engine in Japan.

  • GE Honda obtained the type certification effective in Japan for the HF120 turbofan engine.

  • Honda won the “2017 Science and Technology Award” in the development category from Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.

  • GE Honda obtained the type certification effective in Europe for the HF120 turbofan engine.

  • The aircraft engine plant of Honda Aero, Inc. acquired their Production Certification from FAA.

  • Honda Aero, Inc. began shipment of the HF120 turbofan engine.

  • GE Honda announced the progress toward the entry into service of the HF120 turbofan engine.

  • GE Honda announced that they would begin shipment of the HF120 turbofan engine and select maintenance service facilities.

  • GE Honda obtained the Type Certification for the HF120 turbofan engine.

  • Honda Aero, Inc. broke ground for a new office building and a jet engine plant. (Announcement of a construction start)

  • GE Honda began a full performance verification test on the HF120 turbofan engine.

  • Honda Aero, Inc. announced that they would construct a new office building and a jet engine plant in Burlington, North Carolina. (Announcement of a construction plan)

  • Honda Aero, Inc., the aircraft engine subsidiary company, was founded in Virginia, USA.

  • GE and Honda established a joint venture for small business engines.

  • Honda decided to establish a subsidiary company for aircraft engines in the US, and founded a new R&D exclusively for aircraft engines.

  • Honda and GE concluded a business partnership on development of engines for small business jets.

  • Honda independently developed the HF118 turbofan engine.