The US Air Force has awarded a $85.6 million worth contract to Honeywell to provide software and engineering support services for the C-5M Super Galaxy strategic transport aircraft, the Department of defense announced Tuesday.
“Honeywell International Aerospace, Albuquerque, New Mexico, has been awarded an $85,676,969 contract for C‐5 Honeywell software and engineering support services,” the statement says. This contract provides hardware and software support for the C-5 aircraft.
Work will be performed at the following locations: Warner Robins, Georgia; Phoenix, Arizona; Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Redmond, Washington; and Albuquerque, New Mexico, and is expected to be completed Jan. 30, 2025, the statement added.
The C-5 Galaxy is the largest strategic airlifter in the USAF’s fleet, with a capacity to carry two 78t M1A1 main battle tanks or helicopters and other large equipment.