Honeywell and Emirates sign 15-year maintenance agreement

By Nell Walker
Honeywell, one of the world’s leading aerospace products and services experts, has signed a maintenance and support agreement with Dubai-based airline...

Honeywell, one of the world’s leading aerospace products and services experts, has signed a maintenance and support agreement with Dubai-based airline, Emirates.

The Component Service Solutions agreement will last until 2031 and will ensure Honeywell maintains aftermarket components for Emirates’ fleet of Airbus A380 and Boeing 777 models. The technology used extends for 15 years and covers comprehensive component repair and support solutions, reducing grounded aircraft time.

Honeywell’s strength in this area will help Emirates benefit from dedicated support and expertise, limiting disruptions. The services are designed to reduce costs of maintenance and ownership, and provide the highest fleet reliability. The parts provided and maintained include avionics and mechanical components.

"One of our goals is to increase the lifespan of Honeywell aircraft components and reduce airline operating costs," said Randy Anderson, president, Aerospace – Europe Middle East, Africa and India, Honeywell Aerospace.

"With our 24/7 aircraft on-the-ground support and 24-hour critical shipment of Honeywell avionics and mechanical parts, Emirates can benefit from a significant reduction in departure delays and cancelations, which will help Emirates' commitment to on-time arrivals.”

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