General Electric's proposed $45 billion acquisition of Honeywell is likely to give the combined company's products a tighter grip on both the business and regional aviation markets. However, according to Bill Reavis, a Honeywell spokesman, ``There isn't going to be any immediate impact, and combining the two companies is going to take a while.'' The merger could position GE as the dominant full-service OEM provider, able to offer the airframers a complete, ``nose-to-tail'' supplier ...

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