For more than three decades helicopter operators and Authorized Warranty and Repair Stations (AWARS) have known where to turn when they need parts for Honeywell mechanical fuel control equipment. Our long-time partner Air Parts & Supply Company (APSCO) became the exclusive provider of Honeywell mechanical fuel control parts in 2015 and our two companies recently agreed to extend our agreement for another five years.
“We have a strong relationship with APSCO that has enabled us to maintain a reliable flow of essential parts to our customers through the Authorized Warranty and Repair stations,” said Jonathan Bellamy, Honeywell customer support program manager. “They share Honeywell’s commitment and passion for creating an easy and seamless customer experience for operators who fly helicopters equipped with our fuel control systems.”
APSCO has a well-earned reputation for going the extra mile to make life easier for customers. “Through the use of dedicated customer service representatives we tailor our service to meet customer needs,” said APSCO President Sheri Murray. “For example, we put together customized kits for customers with all the parts they need to work on a particular fuel control system. Our kitting services streamline the process while making sure that technicians have all the parts they need to service the equipment.”
The company provides 24/7 aircraft on ground services and orders ship the same day they are placed. APSCO works hard at forecasting customers’ needs and having the right parts in inventory so customers don’t have to wait. Current order-fill rates are above 95 percent.
Honeywell has been producing mechanical fuel control equipment for more than 75 years, with installations on most commercial and military turbine-powered helicopters. Honeywell fuel controls have flown more than 1 billion hours.
Honeywell mechanical fuel controls are installed on the Pratt & Whitney Canada (PWC) PT6A – Series (Turboprop), PW100 - Series (Turboprop), PT6T- Series (Turboshaft), JT15D - Series (Turbofan) engines, the Rolls-Royce (formerly Allison) M250 - Series (Turboshaft & Turboprop), T-56 - Series (Turboprop), RR300 (Turboshaft), and Honeywell’s LTS101 engine.