Honeywell has signed an agreement with GoAir for the installation and maintenance of 131-9A auxiliary power units (APU) on 10 more of the airline's new Airbus A320 aircraft. The deal, which will see Honeywell install the APUs between 2012 and 2014, builds on the company's existing 10-unit contract with GoAir, and puts it in charge of APU maintenance across the airline's entire A320 fleet until 2018. "India is a significant high growth area for Honeywell, as carriers look to improve their reputations for customer comfort and safety, while keeping costs at a minimum," said John Ashton, vice president airlines EMEAI, Honeywell Aerospace.

Source: Flight Daily News