Aircraft operators deserve protection and peace of mind to focus on serving their customers and with more than 6,300 Boeing 737 Next Generation (737NG) aircraft in service, it’s more important than ever to have access to the right parts to keep them flying.
To ensure this type of protection, Honeywell Aerospace Trading (HAT) continues to reinforce support of the 737NG product line with new inventory of used serviceable material
HAT recently acquired all of the airframe component inventory from 737-700 aircraft MSN 30275. The airframe components will be re-certified and available for sale or exchange from the new Honeywell Distribution Center in Phoenix.
This strategic acquisition follows prior 737NG inventory investments from five airframes in 2016, enabling HAT to provide complete inventory support to its 737NG customers.
The Honeywell trading group operation was established in 2001 and has been growing in importance in the past few years as the retirement of younger airplanes accelerates with corresponding growth in the aircraft dismantling service industry. Earlier this year, the group relocated its Phoenix operation to a larger facility in order to improve its distribution infrastructure and expand inventory.
HAT serves the commercial air transport, business and general aviation, defense industries, original equipment manufacturers (OEM), helicopters and aircraft maintenance providers.