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Mississippi State University
Using the airframe of a Beechcraft Bonanza, Honda sought to incorporate composite materials into a metal aircraft, the first this had been done in a business aircraft. The goal was also to gain experience in aircraft design and construction. Although at the time there was a twin engine with the engines above the wings (the VFW-Fokker 614), this arrangement used in the MH01 was unusual. The wings are slightly anhedral and the two engines are above them.
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