Honeywell is moving ahead with development of its Electric Green Taxiing System (EGTS) for narrowbody aircraft and is talking to COMAC about potentially making the system an option on the C919. Briefing journalists Thursday at Honeywell’s Deer Park Valley, Arizona, facility, VP-product marketing and EGTS business manager Jim Fusaro said they were in talks with “north of 30” airlines that are interested in the system. EGTS is being developed by EGTS International, a 50:50 ...

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