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HANGAR TALK


Air Technology Engines authorized as Honeywell Service Center for T53 Engine


Air Technology Engines, headquartered in Naples, Fla., has signed a T53 Service Center agreement with Honeywell, authorizing the repair and overhaul of Honeywell’s T53 series helicopter engine. The news also makes a positive statement for small businesses everywhere. Air Technology Engines is the only small busi­ ness authorized as a Honeywell T53 Service Center in the United States. Air Technology is only one of two Honeywell authorized T53 Service Centers in the United States.


“Air Technology Engines is a recognized leader in the T­53 maintenance, repair and over­ haul (MRO) market and we are pleased to have ATE join the Honeywell Authorized T53 Service Center network”, said


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Brian Sill, VP of Defense Aftermarket America’s for Honeywell. “ATE's extensive MRO capability along with its use of Honeywell parts and technical support will ensure Honeywell's T­53's operate at peak performance for our global customer base.” In 1996, Air Technology Engines was certified as an FAA Repair Station. Since that time, they have built a superi­ or ranking reputation world­ wide for overhauling, testing, modifying and repairing the T53 helicopter engine ­­ the engine of the helicopter com­ monly known as the Huey. “With our expert engineering support and technology, Air Technology Engines strives to provide fast and efficient services to operators world­ wide,” says Mike Turner, President of Air Technology Engines. “We are very pleased to now be an authorized Honeywell Service Center and we anticipate that with more business worldwide, we also will be able to create new jobs for Southwest Florida. We are excited about both prospects.” ◆


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