Honeywell Launches New Emissions and Monitoring

Aviation International News » September 2010
August 27, 2010, 5:54 AM

Honeywell is offering a new emissions monitoring service for business jets operating in European airspace to assist in compliance with European Union emissions trading scheme (EU-ETS) requirements. Phoenix-based Honeywell will compile and store carbon emissions data based on flight plans, number of passengers and freight information for business jet operators. The service is part of Honeywell’s flight support service through its global data center at www.mygdc.com. “The new emissions monitoring service will help operators comply with regulations, save time and help take some of the mystery out of this new reporting requirement in the EU,” said Honeywell v-p of marketing and product management Carl Esposito

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