Dublin Aerospace (DAL), the aviation maintenance company headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, today announced a long-term Channel Partner Agreement (CPA) with Honeywell International Inc., for the maintenance of 131-9A and 131-9B Auxiliary Power Units (APUs).
As a global Honeywell Channel Partner, Dublin Aerospace will be an authorised extension of Honeywell, providing customers with a Honeywell-approved overhaul, repair, modification and testing service for the 131-9A and 131-9B APU. Dublin Aerospace will also benefit from advanced training and technical support to ensure customers are being best served.
Commenting on the partnership, William Flaherty, CEO at Dublin Aerospace said: “We are delighted to be an official Channel Partner of Honeywell. Not only does this partnership further highlight our expertise and capabilities in the aerospace MRO space, but allows us to provide additional benefits to our customers. Our customers will further benefit from reduced maintenance costs, reliable supply chain, access to guaranteed OEM material, and quick turnaround times.
At Dublin Aerospace, APU Maintenance has been performed on a variety of Honeywell APUs since our inception, and so this agreement is an important milestone for us. As we operate on a global stage, I have every confidence that this partnership will strengthen our services worldwide.
I speak on behalf of the entire team at Dublin Aerospace when I say we truly look forward to a fruitful partnership with the team at Honeywell.”
The 131-9A APU is installed on the A320 Family of aircraft, including the latest NEO models, with the 131-9B APU installed on the Boeing 737 NG and MAX aircraft. For the Boeing 737 NG and MAX, the 131-9B is the only APU available.
Dublin Aerospace’s Honeywell approved APU test cells are situated adjacent to its Repair Centre.
Earlier this year, Dublin Aerospace officially opened the doors to its state-of-the-art Landing Gear Facility, Meath, which specialises in Airbus A320 and Boeing B737 landing gear overhaul. Spread across 70,000 square feet, there is the capacity for up to 350 overhauls per year at the new location.
Dublin Aerospace is currently hiring for a number of positions, with roles advertised for electricians, technicians/mechanics/sheet metal, document controllers and production planners. All roles can be found advertised on the Dublin Aerospace website.