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Aero-Dienst authorised for HTF7000 nacelle maintenance
This authorisation strengthens Honeywell's service network in the Europe, Middle East, Africa and India region, offering operators of HTF7000-powered business jets increased access to qualified maintenance.
Aero-Dienst is approved to perform the removal and return of the thrust reverser, inlet or other nacelle components; inspection for defects or corrosion of the nacelle system; removal and replacement of defective parts; and the use of Mapaero.

Germany-based Part 145 Aero-Dienst is now a certified maintenance provider for the HTF7000 turbofan engine nacelle system. This authorisation strengthens Honeywell's service network in the Europe, Middle East, Africa and India region, offering operators of HTF7000-powered business jets increased access to qualified maintenance.

Aero-Dienst is officially approved to perform a variety of maintenance tasks of HTF7000 series engine nacelle system, including the simple removal and return of the thrust reverser, inlet or other nacelle components; inspection for defects or corrosion of the nacelle system; removal and replacement of defective parts; and the use of Mapaero, an improved protective coating with anti-corrosive properties.

"Whether it's by reducing maintenance costs or helping improve fuel efficiency, we're always exploring new ways to deliver enhanced value to our customers. This agreement with Aero-Dienst underscores Honeywell's focus on providing comprehensive solutions to our business aviation customers in EMEAI," says Flavio Michio Osanai, EMEAI vice president of sales, business and general aviation, Honeywell. "By expanding our network of authorised maintenance providers, we aim to improve service accessibility and efficiency for operators and ultimately ensure optimal performance and reliability for their aircraft."

Having passed over 10 million flight hours, the HTF7000 family of engines provides unmatched reliability, adaptability and low maintenance costs for business aviation operators. It also enables engine inspection and standard maintenance to be performed directly on-wing, reducing costly downtime. In addition, key line replaceable units can be quickly and easily changed with industry-common tools, while its engine is designed to increase fuel efficiency in support of Honeywell's alignment of its portfolio to three powerful megatrends, including the future of aviation.

"We are pleased to extend our range of services on the Honeywell HTF platform and nacelle system with the quality and service our customers have come to expect from Aero-Dienst," says head of maintenance Florian Heinzelmann.

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