The company currently has around 650 employees and plans to add 200 to 300 more before production begins, Fujino said. The massive factory has room to accommodate 18 aircraft simultaneously. They will move from one station to the next similar to how mass-produced Honda cars travel through the factory. The last stages of the process will involve fitting the airplanes’ GE-Honda HF120 turbofan engines, Garmin G3000 avionics and, finally, their five-seat interiors. None of the production tooling is in place yet (the main production factory at this point is a giant, mostly empty space covering four acres) but that process will start soon.