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Airplane wheels

Wheels and Braking Systems

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For over 75 years, Honeywell has pioneered the design and manufacture of aircraft wheels and braking systems for commercial and defense aircraft. From the demanding missions of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter to the high energy absorption needs of the Airbus A380, Honeywell wheels and brakes continue to lead industry standards in friction material performance and systems solutions.

With manufacturing and engineering centers in the U.S. and China, and repair and overhaul (R&O) shops around the world, Honeywell is committed to advancing our technology and services to specific needs of commercial and defense aircraft operators and manufacturers across the globe.

Why Honeywell Wheels & Braking Systems?


Our uncompromising dedication to safety is at the forefront of all Honeywell Wheels and Braking Systems (WBS).


Honeywell WBS* come with advanced design capabilities, including structural, thermal and dynamic analysis.


Honeywell’s wheels and replacement parts are manufactured for extended service life and lower ownership costs.

Meeting Mandates

Honeywell WBS* are fully certified to meet regulatory and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) specifications.

Mission Readiness

Our military WBS* operate in severe environments and ensure quick turnaround in combat situations.


Our advanced wheel designs save weight, reduce maintenance costs and help extend overall brake life.

*Wheels & Braking Systems

Supported Platforms

Airlines & Cargo

Business Aviation



UAVs & Urban Air Mobility

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