Honeywell has added Lithuania-based Jet Maintenance Solutions to its business and general aviation Channel Partner program.
Under the agreement, Jet Maintenance Solutions will provide Honeywell’s maintenance services and connectivity solutions for Central European customers. As Honeywell’s third-authorized service center in the region, the agreement will expand maintenance location options for Honeywell customers, saving them precious time and money.
“The business aviation sector is full of vitality, and this agreement allows us to support the needs of operators in the region to ultimately help them reduce downtime and save on costs,” said Igor Ragozin, head of customer support, Jet Maintenance Solutions. “We’re delighted to bring Honeywell’s premium range of products, services and solutions to Central Europe’s aviation community.”
Jet Maintenance Solutions offers base and line maintenance services for various Hawker Beechcraft aircraft, including the 700, 800 and 900 models, and their related variants; the Bombardier CRJ 100, 200 and 440; Bombardier Challenger 604, 605 and 850; and Bombardier Global 5000 and 6000 aircraft. Before this agreement, Honeywell customers using these platforms had to travel to Western Europe for maintenance service and support. Now, they can receive the support they need within region.
“We want our customers to have access to our services and solutions anywhere in the world,” said Nadya Krisko, business and general aviation lead, EMEAI, Honeywell Aerospace. “Now, Honeywell customers in Central Europe will have easier access to our range of connectivity solutions, avionics installations, and maintenance and repair services, benefitting them with reduced downtime, improved aircraft efficiency and excellent cost savings.”
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