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It climbs the hills like a champ

'Cause my Honda's built really light

When I go into the turns

Lean with me and hang on tight

I better turn on the lights

So we can ride my Honda tonight


Song lyrics from "Little Honda" by the Beach Boys


Here are some shots of a Honda Jet landing at Ingalls Field (KHSP) in Hot Springs, Virginia. Located on a ridge top in the Blue Ridge Mountains at 3792 feet field elevation, KHSP is the highest public use airport east of the Mississippi.


The weather is today's rainy RW weather in Virginia. The MFD shows the airplane is on the ILS Runway 25 approach.

















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A Honda Jet? Hope your Cirrus Vision doesn't get jealous. :D A fine series of approach and landing shots Bill. Another nice glass panel too. :cool: :cool: :)


Thanks, Larry. Just giving the Cirrus a break - it's still my favorite but the Honda is pretty nice too. The G3000 touchscreens in both are winners! :D:pilot:

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Is this Honda Jet available for MS2020 download. Is there a link available?


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It certainly creates a blind spot. Compare it to the Vision Jet.






My guess is it's a generational thing. When the Honda Jet first came out it was bragged on for having such good outside visibility in a plane that small that performed that well.


Remember for one thing, composite construction has come a long long way in the 20 or more years since the Honda Jet was designed.

Being an old chopper guy I usually fly low and slow.
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