< PrevNext > 46. Honeywell Charlotte, N.C. Share 2020 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $16.4 millionPrimary U.S. Expense Management Supplier: ConcurConsolidated U.S. TMC: FCMBTN estimates manufacturing and technology conglomerate Honeywell spent $16.4 million in U.S.-booked air in 2020, less than a fifth of its estimated spend in 2019. The company saw total sales decline 11 percent year over year to $32.6 billion in 2020, though sales were up by double-digit percentages in the defense and space, warehouse automation, personal protective equipment and recurring connected software businesses.The company in 2020 started a transition to FCM as its consolidated travel management company and completed the process early this year. American Express GBT previously served as its consolidated U.S. TMC.Honeywell employs about 103,000 people across 70 countries, 41,000 of which are based in the United States. The company’s headcount was down from 2019, when it reported about 113,000 total and 44,000 U.S.-based employees.In April, Honeywell made a pledge to be carbon neutral in its facilities and operations by 2035, including evaluating emissions across its entire supply chain and addressing them where possible. One of its goals is to electrify its full fleet of company vehicles. In September, the company announced a joint multimillion-dollar investment with United Airlines in Alder Fuels for the development of sustainable aviation fuel, using Honeywell’s refining process.