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C&L approved as Honeywell Aerospace channel partner
As an approved channel partner, C&L can now offer the full line of Honeywell avionics products to its customers.

C&L Aviation Group has been approved as a Honeywell Aerospace channel partner, offering the full line of Honeywell's avionics products. The line includes all NZ 6.1 FMZ-2000 FMS upgrades, DU875 LCD unit system upgrades, Primus Elite, RD-7000 weather radar systems, Laseref IV internal reference systems, CD-830 touchscreen display control units and more.

“Honeywell is one of the most recognisable names in the industry, and it's an honour to partner with it and offer its full line of products to our customers,” says avionics sales manager Charlie Carroll. “We are excited to provide Honeywell's latest technology to our customers to enhance their flying experience.”

C&L Aviation Group performs Honeywell avionics installations, upgrades and engineering solutions for customers at C&L Aviation Services, its 200,000 sq ft Part 145 repair station located in Bangor, Maine. C&L also provides Honeywell avionics repairs, exchanges and outright sales around the globe through its parts sales division.

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