Jim CurrierPresident & Chief Executive Officer, Honeywell Aerospace
President & Chief Executive Officer, Honeywell Aerospace
Jim Currier is the President and CEO of Honeywell Aerospace.
Based in Phoenix, Arizona, Honeywell Aerospace products and services can be found on virtually every commercial, defense, and space aircraft.
Jim, who began in the role in August 2023, is an aerospace industry veteran, having worked for Honeywell Aerospace for close to two decades.
Before his current role, Jim served as the President of the Electronic Solutions Strategic Business Unit for Honeywell Aerospace. In this role, he was responsible for running a $5B multi-business unit enterprise that specializes in Avionics and Navigation systems for commercial and defense markets, as well as systems and components for Space launch vehicles, strategic missiles, and commercial and military satellites. Jim also oversaw the launch of Honeywell Anthem, the revolutionary always-on cloud-connected cockpit system that improves flight efficiency, operations, safety, and comfort.
Prior to that position, Jim was President of the EMEAI Aftermarket organization, where he led a $2 billion portfolio focused on short-cycle sales. The team was responsible for all market segments, including airlines, business and general aviation and defense in Europe, Middle East, Africa and India and parts of Asia.
He has also served as the Vice President of Airlines, North America, where he developed new business opportunities to enable sustained growth in this market segment.
Since joining Honeywell Aerospace in 2006, Jim has held a wide range of leadership positions which included business strategy development, aftermarket growth initiatives, customer experience, mergers, acquisitions, new product development, and sales.
Before joining Honeywell, Jim was with United Technologies, overseeing the design, development, and testing of upper-stage rocket engine programs.
Jim earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Miami and was inducted into the International Space Hall of Fame in 2014 for his role on the Delta Clipper X/XA program.