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AJW Group locks 2022 pricing for Honeywell 737 MAX ADIRU

AJW Group has said it will be guaranteeing operators the 2022 price of Honeywell Boeing 737 MAX air data inertial reference unit (ADIRU) PN HG2050BC04 for orders placed before the end of the year.

All ADIRUs are subject to mandatory export licence approval prior to shipment. The process of obtaining a licence with the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) takes between 6-8 weeks for the license to be released.

Operators that are not in possession of an export licence, which is valid for four years once received, now have the opportunity to plan their initial provisioning stock with an advance order and early export license application, locking in the 2022 pricing and avoiding a lengthy wait on the application lead-time, AJW Group said.

“As a Honeywell worldwide sole distributor for various ADIRUs we are acutely aware of the delays operators experience applying for an export licence with BIS to meet their operational requirements,” said AJW Group’s senior vice president operations Barry Swift.

“With our customers operational efficiency at the heart of everything we do, we are encouraging operators that are yet to place initial provisioning orders for their 737 MAX aircraft to take advantage of the 2022 price freeze whilst they wait for the export licence approval – saving money and lengthy delays. This week, we are also offering operators a Cyber Week special with a 12 per cent discount for orders placed before 23:59GMT on Friday 2 December 2022.”

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