Antonov Reducing Dependence on Russian-made Components in its Airplanes

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Photo An-124-100 “Ruslan” transport, Lviv Airport / Photo Credit: Yura Tanchyn, Vasyl Sadovyi
Photo An-124-100 “Ruslan” transport, Lviv Airport / Photo Credit: Yura Tanchyn, Vasyl Sadovyi

The Ukrainian aircraft maker, in January 2021, placed an order with Honeywell International Inc for four avionics equipment sets

Antonov is purchasing four units of the TCAS-II (Traffic Collision Avoidance System), mod. CAS-100B, at a total cost of USD 1,142, 668, according to contract data published on ProZorro online public procurement platform.

JT Avionics DWC-LLC of the United Arab Emirates has been selected as supplier of the equipment produced by the U.S.-based Honeywell International Inc.

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Component subsystems of Honeywell’s TCAS-II/CAS-100B collision avoidance system in aircraft

Deliveries under the contract, awarded on Jan 14,2021, should be completed within 120 days from the date the full contract value is paid in advance for the contract.

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