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Air China Becomes Authorized Warranty Repair Station for Honeywell APUs

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Honeywell Aerospace has signed a deal that makes Air China a warranty repair station for the 131-9A/B Auxiliary Power Unit (APU).

 Under the agreement, Air China will be able to repair and maintain 131-9A/B APUs for its Airbus A320 and Boeing 737NG fleet of aircraft.

Prior to the agreement, Air China used to send the 131-9A/B APUs to Honeywells authorized service centers to claim warranty repair. Now Honeywell will provide Air China with engineering expertise and support resources that will allow Air China to improve its repair skills, better manage maintenance costs and expedite maintenance turnaround time. The agreement enables Air China to ultimately lower its total cost of ownership.

A vital piece of Honeywell technology, the 131-9 series APU has surpassed 100 million hours in service across more than 7,500 narrow-body aircraft around the world such as the Boeing 737, McDonnell Douglas MD-90, and Airbus A319, A320 and A321 models.

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