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JetSupport Extends Avionics Dealership With Honeywell Authorization

Bendix King Product Line, Support Services Part Of Increased Scope Of Work

After JetSupport’s recent extension of its scope of work with the Honeywell engine product line, the company’s avionics shop has also become part of the Honeywell service network by adding the Honeywell and Bendix King service authorization to its scope of business.

The addition of the service center authorization allows JetSupport to provide a broader range of repairs, modifications and upgrades for Honeywell and Bendix King components and installations found in commercial, business  and general aviation.

The extension of the Honeywell service level authorisation is in line with its set goals for 2014 to extend its shop capabilities and provide the capabilities requested by today's aviation market, according to Mr. Ben Vente, business unit manager JetSupport Avionics.

JetSupport Avionics is an EASA 145 (NL.145.1135) and FAA (R31Y242Y) repair station for commercial, business and general aviation. JetSupport is located at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport in The Netherlands.

FMI: www.jetsupport-avionics.nl

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