Honeywell Authorized Warranty and Repair Stations deliver genuine parts to helicopter operators
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Helicopter operators have lots of options when it comes to choosing replacement parts and maintenance, repair and overhaul centers to keep their assets in tiptop shape. A surprising number – Honeywell estimates more than 25 percent – regularly use gray market providers for helicopter engine accessories.
“Many operators seem to believe they can save money by using unauthorized shops and non-OEM replacement parts,” said Greg Carloni, Honeywell Customer Business Director. “But our AWARS [Authorized Warranty and Repair Stations] are very price-competitive because they enjoy preferred pricing and have access to special programs and technical support.”
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