Rockwell Collins have this week announced that its Large-format Flight (LDS) display upgrade for Boeing 767 aircraft received EASA STC certification.
The announcement comes following Atlantic Aviation Groups delivery of the major avionics project for their customer Star Air. The nine Boeing 767-200 aircraft become the first Boeing aircraft in Europe to be retrofit with the Rockwell Collins large display system.
Speaking about the project, Atlantic Aviation Group’s Engineer Manager, Colm Carty said, “Effective planning and good communication was vital for a modification of this size and scale. We worked collaboratively with Star Air, Rockwell Collins, Boeing and L2 Aviation throughout two-year project duration.”
The Boeing 767 upgrade features three large-format 15.1-inch LCD displays that replace six cathode ray tube (CRT) displays and numerous analog instruments.The benefits include enhanced situational awareness for the pilot’s, decreased maintenance costs and improved fuel efficiency.
“Star Air has a long-standing relationship with Atlantic Aviation Group built up over 20 years” said Steffen Vagt-Andersen, Star Air Planning Manager. “Delivering a project of this size and diversity on time was down to the quality of the staff working the modifications and the excellent pre-planning by the company. Trust, technical expertise and proven ability were key factors in our decision to work with Atlantic Aviation Group on this project.”
If you want to know more about this project please contact Engineering Manager Colm Carty by emailing email@example.com.