Jenson Button buys two Honda jets for new aviation charter business 

Written by David on May 20th, 2008 at 6:57 pmLast Update: May 20th, 2008 at 6:58 pm

Jenson ButtonHonda Aircraft Company Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of the Honda Motor Company specialised in building the HondaJet aircraft, has began on Tuesday the European sales of the advanced light jet by announcing that Jenson Button, will be the company’s first European customer. The 28 year old British F1 driver has ordered two HondaJets ($3.9 million each) for an aviation charter business he is planning to start and the first delivery is expected for 2012.

“We are very enthusiastic about the future potential of the flight charter business and the unique capabilities of the HondaJet in helping us achieve a successful launch of this new enterprise,” said Jenson Button during the announcement.

“I am especially impressed with the many advanced technologies on HondaJet that provide class-leading performance, efficiency, and agility without sacrificing environmental concerns. My personal experience with Honda and its dedication to performance, quality and engineering excellence in every detail clearly demonstrates the value in flying HondaJet,” he added.

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