Helicopter Newsletter Q3 2016

August 3, 2016

Welcome to the Q3 edition of the Honeywell Helicopter Newsletter. This issue includes articles featuring solutions from Honeywell and some of our strategic partners that improve predictability, safety and performance as well as reduce costs. We also want to wish Don Bateman a very happy retirement.

Connected Radar
Honeywell Sees Connected Radar on the Horizon
The Honeywell Weather Information Service is all about delivering the right information to pilots and dispatchers at the right time. Now, we’re working on adding even more capabilities to our award-winning weather app by integrating and sharing weather conditions detected by other aircraft in flight.

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FAA Approves Eagle 407HP Inlet Barrier Filter STC
FAA Approves Eagle 407HP Inlet Barrier Filter STC
The Federal Aviation Administration has approved a modification to the Eagle 407HP helicopter engine that will help operators tackle a wider range of missions under challenging flying conditions. The addition of the inlet barrier filter (IBF) will offer another level of protection for the Honeywell HTS900 engine that powers the Eagle 407HP.

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Honeywell Avionics Protection Plan  Helicopter Operators Pick Honeywell Protection Plan
The Honeywell Avionics Protection Plan (HAPP) is known throughout the aviation industry for giving civil helicopter operators piece of mind. With HAPP, operators can plan ahead and avoid unplanned costs and unscheduled downtime for their fleets.

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Eurocopter AS350  Honeywell New Zealand Dealer Offers AS350 Safety Upgrades
The Eurocopter AS350 is the reliable workhorse of New Zealand’s vibrant helicopter tourism industry, which has been boosted over the last 15 years by fans of the “Lord of the Rings” and “Hobbit” movies, which were filmed in the island nation.

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Why Don Bateman Is a Living Legend for Aircraft Safety  Honeywell’s Bateman Leaves Helicopter Safety Legacy
Flight safety is a priority for everyone in the helicopter community, but few people have had as much impact on safety as Honeywell’s Don Bateman.

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