January 19, 2017 12:49 AM ET

Aerospace and Defense

Company Overview of Honeywell Aerospace Inc.

Company Overview

Honeywell Aerospace Inc. operates as a supplier of avionics and electronics products and systems for aircraft manufacturers, airlines, business and general aviation, military, space, and airport operations. The company‘s products include air data systems; aircraft landing systems; airport guidance and control systems; auxiliary power units; commercial and military avionics, including enhanced ground proximity warning systems, collision avoidance systems, and weather radar systems; engine systems and accessories; environmental control systems; flight control systems; flight displays; flight management systems; and interior and exterior aircraft lighting. It also provides hardware and logistic...

1944 East Sky Harbor Circle

Phoenix, AZ 85034

United States

Founded in 2015





Key Executives for Honeywell Aerospace Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Age: 59
President of Business and General Aviation
President of Air Transport and Regional
President of Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA)
President of Aerospace Asia Pacific
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Honeywell Aerospace Inc. Key Developments

Honeywell Aerospace Wins $2.6 million Federal Contract

Honeywell Aerospace won a $2,595,032 federal contract from the U.S. Air Force Materiel Command for aircraft components and accessories.

Honeywell Aerospace Wins $18.3 Million Three Year Contract

Honeywell Aerospace has been offered an $18.3 million, three year contract for the manufacturing of aircraft brakes for the Navy. Announced by the U.S. Department of Defense, the Navy contract, requires the South Bend plant to make brakes for the F/A-18, a fighter and attack aircraft. But, this has been announced, as a months-long lockout affecting over 300 workers at the plant has lingered as the parties have failed to agree to a new five-year union contract. The work should be finished by summer 2019.

XTI Aircraft Company Selects Honeywell Aerospace to Supply Engines Trifan 600

XTI Aircraft Company (XTI) entered into a preliminary agreement with Honeywell Aerospace under which Honeywell will supply its HTS900 engine for use in XTI's first prototype, a two-thirds piloted subscale of the TriFan 600 vertical takeoff airplane. Honeywell will also provide an additional engine for use in XTI's Ground Propulsion Test System.

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