With 11 aircraft ranging from a Cessna 182 to a Boeing 757, Honeywell operates one of the largest and most varied fleets of flying testbeds in the aerospace industry. But as it begins modifying its latest aircraft, the company is already studying how to meet future test requirements for anticipated growth across the air transport, business, general aviation and urban air mobility (UAM) sectors. The broad mix of test aircraft—including piston singles, helicopters, twin turboprops and ...

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