Posted on: 19 April 2010
Honeywell has extended a maintenance agreement with GoJet Airlines until 2023, increasing aftermarket service and support for the airline’s 25 Bombardier CRJ700s.
"Honeywell’s engineering expertise will ensure our safety products are operating at peak performance, enabling GoJet to fly more safely while lowering expenses," explained Mike Madsen, vice-president of airlines, Honeywell Aerospace.
Honeywell equipment covered by the agreement includes enhanced ground proximity warning systems (EGPWS), start control valves and air turbine starters installed on GoJet’s CRJ700s.
The addition of the six recently delivered aircraft to the existing agreement increases the number of aircraft covered from 19 to 25. Honeywell has provided maintenance on its products since 2005, when GoJet began operations.
Honeywell standard equipment on the CRJ700/900/1000 includes the auxiliary power unit and (APU) installation kit, air turbine starter, EGPWS and mechanical components.