Aerospace and Defense
Company Overview of Honeywell Aerospace Inc.
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
Key Executives for Honeywell Aerospace Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
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 2014.
Honeywell Aerospace Inc. Key Developments
Southwest Airlines Selects Honeywell Aerospace's Cockpit Technologies for Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft
Apr 29 15
Honeywell Aerospace's full suite of cockpit technologies has been selected by Southwest Airlines for its future fleet of Boeing 737 MAX and existing fleet of Boeing 737NG aircraft. The selection will provide Southwest with cockpit technologies that offer enhanced navigation capabilities and prepare the airline to meet future government-mandated flight safety regulations. Southwest Airlines selected Honeywell's advanced cockpit technologies to ensure Southwest planes continue flying the safest and most efficient routes well into the future. Honeywell will provide Southwest Airlines with its Integrated Multi-Mode Receiver (IMMR), IntuVue RDR-4000 3-D Weather Radar, Aspire satellite communications systems, and other safety, communication and navigation technologies. Southwest will be the first airline to integrate Honeywell's IMMR into its fleet, providing the airline with enhanced landing and routing performance. The Honeywell technology upgrades and installation on new aircraft will also outfit Southwest Airlines with the necessary equipment to meet current and upcoming NextGen regulations mandated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), such as the use of Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B). This system provides an accurate and more complete assessment of an airplane's location to air traffic control and other airplanes, enhancing pilots' situational awareness. Key Honeywell technologies onboard Southwest Airlines' new suite of cockpit technologies on the 737 MAX fleet and existing 737NG fleet include the: Integrated Multi-Mode Receiver, Aspire satellite communications system, IntuVue RDR-4000 3-D Weather Radar, Quantum Line Communication and Navigation Sensors, SmartTraffic (Traffic Collision Avoidance System), Mode S transponder, Mark II+ Communications Management Unit, and Flight Data and Cockpit Voice Recorders.
Honeywell Aerospace Introduces Performance Accelerator
Apr 17 15
Honeywell Aerospace has introduced Performance Accelerator, a new online tool to help airlines maintain their fleet and enhance operational efficiency. The Performance Accelerator is an interactive and customizable catalogue of Honeywell service bulletins and upgrade options. It's a one-stop resource for airline fleet management and includes full 3-D renderings of the 20 most widely used commercial aircraft platforms, with up-to-date information specific to each aircraft. Honeywell's Performance Accelerator helps airlines calculate potential fuel, maintenance, operational and safety cost savings from service bulletin incorporation, as well as from new modifications and upgrades. The interactive online tool was designed to be accessible and easy to use for everyone at an airline. It includes an intuitive search function and a user-friendly interface so that employees across a variety of departments, including engineering, maintenance, supply chain and flight operations can easily navigate the system.
Honeywell Aerospace, Inmarsat and Kymeta Collaborate to Design New Ka-Band Wireless Antenna
Apr 17 15
Honeywell Aerospace, Inmarsat and Kymeta have announced that they are working together to design, create and test a new, high-speed Ka-band wireless antenna for business and commercial aircraft customers. The new antenna will have unique and advanced capabilities that will bring faster connectivity and a higher-quality broadband service to the aircraft. The smaller and more compact design will allow the antenna to be installed on a wider variety of aircraft, including smaller business aviation aircraft. The flat-panel design is lighter and will reduce weight and drag on the aircraft, in turn reducing fuel and maintenance costs. All three companies will work together to bring this new, faster, lightweight antenna to the business and commercial aviation market. Kymeta will deliver its mTenna antenna products to Honeywell, which will be responsible for testing and integrating the antenna into its JetWave aviation product line. JetWave is the family of satellite communications hardware that exclusively supports Inmarsat's GX Aviation service.
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