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HondaJet Deliveries Expand Into Middle Americas with New Panama Dealer

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SYI Aviation appointed as HondaJet dealer on October 31.

SYI Aviation was appointed as a HondaJet dealer today

Honda Aircraft Company announced today that it is expanding sales of the HondaJet to Middle Americas.

SYI Aviation in Panama City, Panama will become the newest HondaJet dealer, providing sales, service, and support for Honda’s advanced light jet throughout Central America, the Caribbean, and South America, including Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana.

“Our well-received expansion in Brazil last year further solidified the Middle America and South American regions as potential growth markets, and for that reason we appointed SYI Aviation as our HondaJet dealer. With its strong focus on outstanding quality and customer service, SYI will be a valuable addition to the HondaJet dealer network,” said Honda Aircraft President and CEO Michimasa Fujino. “Their experience in the region and track record of partnering successfully with large global companies is a good foundation for a strong relationship with Honda Aircraft.”

Honda Aircraft Company says that it has already received a strong early response to the HondaJet by customers in the region. The company also anticipates that the high speed, good fuel efficiency, and range of the HondaJet will make it a unique value within the region’s geography.

SYI, the area’s first HondaJet dealer, was originally founded in Caracas, Venezuela, and first set up operations in Panama in 1928.

“Like Honda Aircraft Company, we are always looking ‘to the skies’ for new ways to develop enduring business growth and partnering as a dealer with Honda Aircraft is yet another way to expand our business portfolio,” said SYI Aviation president Mitsuru Yazawa. “One of our core company values is strong customer service and we are excited to continue that exceptional service by representing the HondaJet in the Middle Americas.”