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Atlas approved to work on Honeywell products
Atlas can maintain Honeywell HTF 7500 series engines as well as a number of auxiliary power units. Its mobile team offers an AOG service year-round and its customers can now make use of Honeywell's MSP.
Atlas is approved to maintain a range of Embraer and Cessna types.
Read this story in our February 2019 printed issue.

Bremen-based Atlas Air Service has been appointed as an authorised service centre by Honeywell Aerospace. Atlas will offer line maintenance for Honeywell HTF 7500 series engines, as well as for GTCP 36-150 and RE100 series APUs.

As an EASA Part 145 approved maintenance service provider, Atlas Air Service now specialises in Honeywell engines and APUs for the Embraer Legacy 450, Legacy 500, Citation XL, XLS, XLS+, Sovereign, Sovereign+ and Latitude.

All administrative and logistic processes can be handled directly through Honeywell's guarantee and maintenance service plan, which is designed to provide economical and efficient service from a single source. Atlas' mobile service team also offers a year-round 24/7 AOG service.

“We are very happy to be able to offer expert aviation know-how and first-class service to our customers, whenever and wherever needed,” says Atlas CTO Gregor Bremer.

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