Honeywell Aerospace (NYSE: HON) just announced the creation of the Premier Channel Partner Program, which begins a new era in establishing relationships with maintenance, repair and overhaul providers to better support Honeywell’s business aviation customers around the globe. The program’s goal is to promote those channel partners that invest significantly in skills, technologies and services and that show higher levels of capability and performance. Together Honeywell and its Premier Channel Partner Network will advance the customer support model for business jet operators so they can receive the premier service they are looking for to manage and operate their aircraft safely and efficiently.

Through the Premier Channel Partner Program (PCPP), Honeywell will offer concierge-level service to channel partners, including dedicated sales and marketing support, exclusive quarterly information sessions with access to technical experts, custom-tailored product training, rebates and other incentives, limited distribution rights for Honeywell products, and more. As a result, this will incentivize business aviation service centers to offer the best product selection, technical support and customer service for business jet operators.

StandardAero is the first avionics/maintenance, repair and overhaul center to join Honeywell’s PCPP and offer these new capabilities to its customers. To qualify for Honeywell’s PCPP, partners must have been a Honeywell authorized service center for a minimum of two years, as well as meet minimum resource and personnel requirements, and other requirements.

Honeywell will be exhibiting at the AEA International Convention & Trade Show in New Orleans March 13–16. Please visit Booth #211 for more information.

Gwennie Cheung

Gwennie Cheung

Senior Media Relations Manager

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