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Millennium teams up with Reheat on Honeywell DU-870
The partnership will provide a great addition for the European market to access units 7014300-901 and 902, as part of the venerable Honeywell Primus integrated avionics suite on many corporate and regional aircraft.

Millennium International Avionics, an FAA and EASA-approved Part 145 repair station, based in Lee's Summit, Missouri and specialising in avionics systems and components, is pleased to announce its new consignment partnership with Reheat Aero in the UK, offering readily available stock for the exchange of Honeywell DU-870s.

This partnership will provide a great addition for the European market to access these units (part nos. 7014300-901 and 902), as part of the venerable Honeywell Primus integrated avionics suite on many corporate and regional aircraft. Reheat Aero is well known and very well established in the European market and represents high-quality products while also offering exceptional customer service.

“This new partnership will be mutually beneficial to both companies, and we look forward to the continued collaboration,” says Claude Peoples, vice president, Millennium International Avionics. “The leveraging of our partnership is to support our ongoing effort to ‘un-obsolete’ your legacy avionics, which will allow our customers to continue sustaining operations well into the future.”

“This new partnership broadens the range of services Reheat can offer to its customers, and we are delighted to be working with Claude and the Millennium International team,” concludes Neil Watkins, managing director, Reheat Aero.

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