Honeywell ( HON) said its aerospace business has signed more than $1.3 billion in new contracts with several companies, including deals to deliver avionics, engine controls, auxiliary power units, wheels and brakes and maintenance services.

General Electric ( GE), Continental Airlines ( CAL), Embraer ( ERJ), Airbus, Boeing ( BA) and easyJet are among the companies Honeywell signed pacts with.

Honeywell's largest single contract is a $728 million agreement to deliver a variety of products for 120 Airbus A319 aircraft, with options for an additional 120 planes, to easyJet. The products include an avionics suite, engine controls and wing anti-ice valves.

The company also reached a $290 million supply deal with GE and a $115 million arrangement with Continental.

Shares of Honeywell were up 7 cents to $27.98 in recent New York Stock Exchange activity.

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