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Honeywell To Supply Bae Systems Australia With Aircraft Components And Repair Services For Hawk 127 Fleet

Honeywell To Supply Bae Systems Australia With Aircraft Components And Repair Services For Hawk 127 Fleet

VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA, 1 March 2023 – At the 2023 Australian International Airshow (Avalon), Honeywell (NASDAQ: HON) announced an agreement with BAE Systems Australia to supply aircraft parts and component repair services for 33 Hawk 127 aircraft.

The five-year, non-exclusive agreement will be exercised for the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Hawk 127 fleet. It will support the maintenance, repair, and overhaul of the fleet to meet the training requirements of the RAAF’s military modernisation program.

“Honeywell has consistently provided quality maintenance and repair services, and we are proud of the opportunity to support BAE Systems Australia with aircraft components along with maintenance and repair services for the Hawk 127 fleet,” said Carlo Malatesta, senior customer business manager, Honeywell Aerospace. “As Honeywell Yeovil and Bournemouth in the United Kingdom will support these repairs, we are confident in future opportunities for collaboration between the Australia and UK markets.”

“Our trusted suppliers are critical to the success of the Hawk program,” said BAE Systems Australia Managing Director of Defence Delivery Andrew Gresham “Honeywell is an esteemed brand in the Aerospace sector and we welcome its continued support to deliver on Hawk capability in coming years.”

An upgrade programme was announced for the Hawk 127 fleet in 2022, as it continues to be the lead-in fighter training aircraft for the RAAF until 2031. The ongoing collaboration between Australian and United Kingdom is expected to continue lowering operational costs and enable effective enhancements.

Please visit Honeywell at Avalon 2023, Booth 2M18 in Hall 2, to learn more about how we are helping to support modernisation programmes globally.

Anna Ramli
Sr. External Comms Specialist