Honeywell's Cockpit Technologies Selected For Boeing 737 Max Aircraft by Southwest Airlines
May 01, 2015
Honeywell's cockpit technologies were selected by Southwest Airlines for its future fleet of Boeing 737 MAX and existing fleet of Boeing 737NG aircraft.
As the world's largest operator of Boeing 737s, Southwest Airlines selected Honeywell's advanced cockpit technologies to ensure Southwest planes continue flying the safest and most efficient routes well into the future. Honeywell will provide Southwest Airlines with its Integrated Multi-Mode Receiver (IMMR), IntuVue RDR-4000 3-D Weather Radar, Aspire satellite communications systems, and other safety, communication and navigation technologies. Southwest will be the first airline to integrate Honeywell's IMMR into its fleet, providing the airline with enhanced landing and routing performance.
“We are proud to extend our 30-year relationship with Southwest Airlines by supporting its next-generation 737 MAX aircraft and current fleet of 737s,” said John Bolton, President, Air Transport and Regional, Honeywell Aerospace. “This full-suite selection of Honeywell's cockpit technologies will not only give Southwest the industry's most advanced fleet of 737s, it will ensure Southwest flies with exceptional levels of reliability and efficiency, helping to keep passengers and planes safe and on time.”
Craig Drew, Vice President, Flight Operations, Southwest Airlines said, “As we add more international destinations to our flight schedule, our fleet will take to the skies with the most advanced communication, navigation, weather and cockpit technologies available. Our relationship with Honeywell confirms our commitment to the performance, productivity and reliability for which Southwest is known.”
For more information on the Honeywell Cockpit Technologies Onboard Southwest Airlines, visit Honeywell Aerospace