EBACE 2013: Honeywell Aerospace Highlights Momentum In Europe, Middle East For Aircraft Upgrades

EBACE 2013: Honeywell Aerospace Highlights Momentum In Europe, Middle East For
                              Aircraft Upgrades

Latest cabin management and cockpit avionics upgrades bring improved
efficiency, connectivity and safety to operators

PR Newswire

GENEVA, May 20, 2013

GENEVA, May 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- EBACE-- Honeywell (NYSE: HON) will be
highlighting the operational benefits and momentum of its Retrofit,
Modification and Upgrade (RMU) technologies at this year's EBACE show in
Geneva (May 21–23).


Having recently completed the first delivery to the Middle East of its
all-digital, full-High Definition (HD) Ovation Select Cabin Management System
(CMS) on a Boeing Business Jet (BBJ), Honeywell is currently fitting the
system on TAG Aviation's new Bombardier Global 6000 aircraft in partnership
with Jet Aviation St. Louis. Delivery of the aircraft is expected in 2014.

EBACE attendees can experience a fully functioning mockup of the FAA and
EASA-certified Ovation Select system, which is scalable and customizable to
retrofit any business jet, during the show at Honeywell's booth (#487 Hall 6).

In addition, operators flying Honeywell's C-Series CMS can now take advantage
of a new system refresh by Honeywell that brings full HD to their cabins. The
upgrade enables C-Series users to take advantage of HD video and audio from
onboard music, Blu-ray and PlayStation hardware for the first time to
dramatically enhance the passenger experience.

As well as cabin retrofits and upgrades, Honeywell is announcing and
showcasing several other avionics upgrades at EBACE including the following:

  oA new range of SMART upgrades with discount pricing for the Cessna
    Citation X to improve navigation, pilot situational awareness,
    connectivity and safety. Upgrades include FMS 6.1, satcom and the newly
    EASA-certified Primus Elite glass cockpit and SmartLanding and SmartRunway
    safety upgrades. Customers will be able to take advantage of discount
    pricing for the duration of the show by visiting Honeywell's booth #487 or
    Cessna's booth #7091.
  oFAA and EASA certification of Honeywell's Primus Epic-based EASy II flight
    deck for Dassault Falcon F2000 and F7X aircraft. EASy II offers operators
    a natural upgrade path for their EASy avionics that brings the latest
    safety applications to the cockpit, including Honeywell's SmartView
    Synthetic Vision System (SVS), SmartRunway, and Automatic Dependence
    Surveillance - Broadcast (ADS-B) Out capability.
  oIn Q2 2013 Honeywell expects the completion of the first Dassault Falcon
    F2000EX and F7X retrofits of EASy II. Both retrofits are being completed
    by Dassault Falcon Service (DFS) and will be operated by Sirio and
    Planair, respectively.
  oRecent EASA certification for Flight Management System (FMS) 6.1 on the
    Global Express that adds WAAS LPV capability. Honeywell also expects EASA
    certification for the Cessna Citation X, Falcon 900EX and Gulfstream
    GIV/GV in 2013.

Supporting Quotes

  oRob Wilson, President, Business and General Aviation, Honeywell Aerospace

"We are seeing significant growth in demand across our entire RMU portfolio,
making it a very important part of our EBACE activities this year. We are
bringing cost-effective, easy-to-install, certified technologies to the entire
airframe to help operators extend lifecycles, meet changing regulatory and
customer demands, and ultimately get more from their fleets."

Honeywell is showcasing its complete line of business aviation offerings at
EBACE 2013 in Geneva, May 21–23, at Booth #487.

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