PMV Engineering (EASA DOA 21J.487) achieved TPED tolerance demonstration for ATR42 and ATR72 aircraft, thus allowing the installation of wireless IFE and the use of wireless devices for all phases of flight (including take off and landing in all weather conditions).
WIFI AIR TV is an easy to install solution, offering passengers In Flight Entertainment and Connectivity on board.
Passengers will be able to upload any program or movie from a catalogue using WIFI Technologies’ WIFI Cabin Network. Applications self-upload under Windows, iOS or Android on their computers, tablets and smartphones. News and events information are updated automatically in 3G/4G before take-off.
WABNET’s wireless aviation router brings affordable connectivity onboard. Aviation Wifi allows crews using their own tablets to make and receive voice calls, send or receive messages, emails, and stay current with their operational services. Finally, an affordable solution is available to meet the growing demand from airlines on any type of aircraft, even regionals.
Connectivity will improve management of medical emergencies in flight, diversions or in any crisis situation.
A design change, introducing an AFIRS 228 (Automated Flight Information Reporting
System) into the ATR 42-500‘600 Version’ and ATR 72-212A aircraft.
AFIRS is an Automated Flight Information Reporting System. It is non-essential avionics
system that automatically monitors and records aircraft operational and performance
parameters, compiles and interprets the data and sends resulting summary information via satellite (SATCOM) to a data center for processing, it is to be used by the aircraft operator only.
TCAS 7.1 system upgrade on ATR 42 & ATR 72The modification consists in the software upgrade from TCAS Version 7.0functionality to Version 7.1 functionality.For aircraft fitted with the Rockwell Collins TCAS TTR-920 model, thephysical replacement of the unit is performed (due to a lack of memoryprovi...
TCAS Change 7.1Replacement of the TCAS II computer with software version 7.0 currentlyinstalled on Lufthansa German Airlines (DLH) MD11 aircraft by a newgeneration TCAS II computer with software version 7.1.
Several authorities have or will mandate the use of Solid-State Recorders and Underwater Locator Beacons with increased capacity.
It is expected that by 2019 all flight recorders are of the solid state type with a minimum of 120 min recording time and in 2018 all flight recorder mounted underwater locator beacons must be of the 90 day duration type. Besides new requirements, the availability of Solid-State Recorders creates new possibilities for avoiding day-to-day concerns about the performance and reliability of the data recording system.
Technical dispatch reliability is essential for your continued competitive operation. Therefore, Fokker Services introduces a new Solid-State Flight Data Recorder (FDR), Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) and Underwater Locator Beacon (ULB) in your ﬂeet. This new Solid-State Recorder that replaces the traditional tape recorder improves your system reliability and decreases your maintenance costs.
Modification of Rockwell Collins, Inc. VHF-4000 and VHF-4000E installations