Bolton, Canada-based Navhouse bolstered its capabilities on Honeywell inertial reference systems and can now support most of the aircraft flying Honeywell and/or Northrop Grumman (Litton Systems) equipment.
Navhouse has acquired from ST Aerospace its Honeywell-built STS-1000 test equipment and related infrastructure recently in service in Kastrup, Denmark. This equipment, previously owned by Scandinavian Airlines, supported SAS’s own requirements and those of many other European airlines flying Honeywell inertial systems. It now finds a new home at Navhouse’s headquarters in Bolton, Ontario.
Doug Jenkinson, business development manager for Navhouse, told AIN, “The HG2030 inertial reference system is a Honeywell ring laser gyro-based system deployed on many Boeing and Airbus aircraft, including the Boeing Business Jet fleet. Navhouse can now reach out to the business jet industry and provide inertial system repairs at a proven shop with exceptional turnaround time and customer service.”
Among the Honeywell inertial systems Navhouse can now support are the HG1050, HG1103, HG2001 and HG2030.