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Honeywell Forge Reaches 10,000 Aircraft One Year After Launch

Honeywell Forge Reaches 10,000 Aircraft One Year After Launch

  • Honeywell welcomes Ural Airlines as a customer and user of Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency, a fully integrated advanced analytics platform

LONDON, Aug. 3, 2020 -- Honeywell (NYSE: HON) has announced that Ural Airlines, a Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency customer, has launched Honeywell’s fully integrated analytics platform to utilize aircraft data and drive airline profitability, all from a single dashboard. This also marks a major milestone for Honeywell Forge as it is now being used on over 10,000 aircraft, one year after its launch in June 2019.

Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency is a component of Honeywell Forge enterprise performance management software and includes in-air and on-ground solutions for flight operations, flight efficiency and fuel efficiency in a single user interface. By providing alerts and identifying savings opportunities, the solution can help airlines maximize their profits while improving workflows between pilots, ground maintenance and operations to increase productivity.

“Ural Airlines is committed to running efficient operations by utilizing the latest available technology from new, more efficient aircraft to advanced flight data analytics,” said Matvey Kolotursky, deputy CEO and director of Economy, Ural Airlines. “With Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency, we can make better data-driven decisions in real time to drive our key performance indicators, including on-time performance, fuel efficiency and ultimately overall operational efficiency.”

Ural Airlines, based in Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia, will use Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency’s advanced data analytics platform to lower fuel consumption and drive operational efficiencies across its fleet of 48 Airbus aircraft, including the Airbus 319, 320 and 321.

“Airlines today are highly challenged with trying to meet very tight margins while also improving operational efficiency and delivering an excellent passenger experience. Honeywell Forge Flight Efficiency can help on all accounts,” said John Peterson, vice president and general manager, Software and Services at Honeywell Connected Aerospace. “The solution gives operators the information they need to create sustainable fuel efficiency initiatives with a positive domino effect on operational efficiency and passenger satisfaction. Reaching over 10,000 aircraft for Honeywell Forge is a testament to the benefits and success of the solution in helping airlines get the most out of data-driven decision-making.”

Honeywell Forge offers enterprise performance management solutions that serve the aircraft, building, industrial, worker and cybersecurity segments. Currently, Honeywell Forge is being used by 128 airlines and 10,467 aircraft globally.

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Ahjay Rai
Global Communications Lead

Ahjay leads communications for Honeywell Aerospace across Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa and India.