Honeywell Helps Make Bell's new 525 Relentless Helicopter More Efficient AND COMFORTABLE

 Honeywell Helps Make Bell's new 525 Relentless Helicopter More Efficient AND
                                 COMFORTABLE

Honeywell engine and cabin control systems will provide superior crew and
passenger comfort and more efficient operations

PR Newswire

LAS VEGAS, March 6, 2013

LAS VEGAS, March 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Honeywell (NYSE: HON) announced that
it has been selected by Bell Helicopter to provide the auxiliary power unit
(APU) and environmental control system for Bell's new 525 Relentless
helicopter platform, which is scheduled for first flight in 2014.

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The Honeywell RE100 APU provides significant system weight savings over
competing systems. The APU also gives operators the ability to run critical
avionics and electronics systems without turning on the main engine, further
reducing total fuel consumption. By using the RE100, Bell's customers will
realize substantial fuel savings and lower operating costs compared with
competitive systems. Honeywell's AC-5510 environmental control system will
provide heating and air conditioning for the Bell 525 Relentless while on the
ground and in the air.

About the Bell 525 Relentless

The Bell 525 Relentless is the newest helicopter being developed by Bell
Helicopter and is designed with an emphasis on passenger comfort, reliability,
fuel efficiency, minimized maintenance costs and other technical features to
ensure the aircraft meets the requirements of long-range and high-payload
missions. Capable of carrying up to 16 passengers, the Relentless is designed
to support customers in various mission configurations including oil and gas,
search and rescue, helicopter emergency medical services, and VIP and
corporate transport.

Supporting Quote

  oTarik Hijazi, Director, Program Management, Defense and Space OEM
    Partners, Honeywell Aerospace
    "Honeywell's power generation and environmental control systems provide
    customers with the most efficient design and implementation to help save
    costs and fuel burn through a lighter system. The use of the RE100 APU and
    AC-5510 ECS for the Bell 525 Relentless demonstrates Bell's dedication to
    providing customers with the best and most efficient aircraft possible."

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