Honeywell Wins $1.03 Billion to Support US Aircraft Platforms

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Honeywell Wins $1.03 Billion to Support US Aircraft Platforms
131-9B series Auxiliary Power Unit (Image: Honeywell)

The United States Defense Logistics Agency has awarded $1.036 billion contract to Honeywell to support variety of US Air Force aircraft platforms.

The contract includes Honeywell to support ground start carts, C-130 Auxiliary power units, B-2 APUs, F-15 components, A-10 APUs, E-3 APUs, B-1 APUs and F-16 turbine power units, the US department of defense said in a statement last week.

The contract has a three-year, six-month base period, which includes an addition three-year option and three-year, six-month option. Work on the contract, which will be performed in Utah, is set to be complete by July 31, 2028.

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