An Aeronautical Maintenance Center in Panama

HondaJet may be planning to set up an aircraft maintenance center at Panama Pacifico airport to provide maintenance services to the aircraft it sells in the region.

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

The Honda Aeronautical Maintenance Center could be built on the premises of the Panama Pacifico International Airport, and would be the only center in the region authorized to carry out inspections of HondaJet aircraft.

Hondajet Middle Americas sales manager, Guillermo Suárez, explained to reporters that "... "The company needed a central point, and Panama with its geopolitical, economic and security investment features, became the most suitable place to set up the first service center for Honda's executive aircraft. We will receive the aircraft that we sell in the region, these will be given maintenance services in a workshop in the factory." reports that "...Honda Aircraft Company named Sejiro Yazawa Iwai Aviation as a HondaJet dealer in Panama to provide sales and service. Following approvals from regulatory authorities in the country, it is expected that about 8 aircraft will be sold in the coming years."

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