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FIA2018: Rockwell Collins recognised by Airbus as a top performer for avionics support

Posted 19 July 2018 · Add Comment

Rockwell Collins has been honoured with a Customer Services Award for its avionics service by Airbus and its customer airlines at a special ceremony at the Farnborough Air Show held yesterday.

 

The award, which put Rockwell Collins in the top five of 43 companies, is based on in-service feedback on product, service, support and cost from more than 165 Airbus customers worldwide.

“Our long-standing relationship with Airbus and its airline customers is one that we are very proud of,” said Scott Gunnufson, vice president of Sales, Marketing and Customer Support, Commercial Systems for Rockwell Collins. “The Rockwell Collins team is honored by the recognition and we remain focused on continuously improving support for Airbus and its customers. I commend our dedicated team around the world on their ongoing efforts and dedication.”

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