Honeywell to Cover Engine Improvements at Heli-Expo

February 4, 2015


Honeywell is constantly on the lookout for ways to improve the performance, quality and reliability of its products and reduce cost of ownership for operators flying the complete range of helicopter missions.

If you’re an operator flying light helicopters equipped with Honeywell’s proven T53 and LTS101 turboshaft engines, you’ll want to spend some time with us at Heli-Expo 2015 in Orlando to learn about all the things we’re doing to make our engines more powerful, efficient, reliable and cost-effective.

We’ll be presenting Manufacturing Technical Briefings that will provide you with the most up-to-date technical product and maintenance information on our engines. Sponsored by the Helicopter Association International (HAI) Technical Committee, these briefings meet FAA requirements for renewal of inspection authorization certificates.

Attendees will hear from Doug Kult, Honeywell’s product line director for light turboshaft helicopter engines and Jim Ebken, customer support engineer for the LTS101 and T53 engine models, followed by a 10 minute Q&A session. The presentations will be held Wednesday, March 4. The T53 technical briefing is scheduled for 9 a.m. and the LTS101 briefing is set for 10 a.m. Check conference materials for locations.

Working closely with operators, Honeywell has worked hard to find and address field-related issues with our engines. We’ve employed Honeywell User Experience tools to do a better job of listening to operators, addressing their requirements and continuously improving our products.

If you can’t join us for our technical briefings, make sure you drop by our booth – Number 1918 – to hear about what we’ve been up to and to give us your feedback.