Honda Motor Co. Ltd. says it will begin receiving orders for its HondaJet 7-seat personal airplane this fall. The auto maker announces today it is establishing a new U.S. aerospace subsidiary and has formed a business alliance with Piper Aircraft Inc. relating to sales, service and distribution of the plane. However, Honda says the auto maker, not Piper, will produce the small aircraft at an undisclosed U.S. location. Honda began testing the HondaJet in December 2003 in the U.S. and ...

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