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.
Duncan Aviation is proud to partner with ACSS to participate in the launch of the NXT-700 transponder and the development of the Approved Model List (AML) Supplemental Type Certificate (STC).
The NXT-700 is a Mode S transponder that satisfies the DO-260B mandate for Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B), and the AML STC will include more than a dozen legacy aircraft models.
Those models include:
· Beechcraft Hawker 125-400, 600 and 700
· Beechcraft Hawker 400 SP/Beechjet, Early 400 Series
· Gulfstream IIB, III and V
· IAI Westwind 1124
· Textron Aviation CitationJet, Ultra, V, VII and 550
· Learjet 31A, 35, 35A, 36 and 36A
· Dassault Aviation Falcon 10, 20, 50, 200, 900 and 900B
· Bombardier CL-6013A and 3R
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.
ACSS Offers NXT-700 ADS-B Compliant Transponder for Legacy Corporate Aircraft
ACSS, an L-3 and Thales Company, has developed an ADS-B transponder solution for legacy corporate aircraft, the NXT-700. This next-generation Mode S transponder will satisfy the DO-260B mandate for Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) on many legacy aircraft models and will reduce owner/operator costs, as well as downtime, because it is a “one-quarter ATR short” form-fit installation.
The use of Hand-held fire extinguishers containing Halon in Aircraft will become prohibited end of 2025 and you will need to replace all them.
The IAI 1124A ‘Westwind II’ series aircraft is to be modified with the installation of an Airborne Collision Avoidance System (ACAS II). The system to be installed is a Honeywell CAS-67A Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS II).
Installation of a Honeywell TCAS 2000 Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System II (TCAS II).
Installation of AlliedSignal CAS-66A traffic alert and collision avoidance system (TCAS I).
The Collins TCAS-4000 Traffic Alert Collision Avoidance System provides the enhanced situational awareness required for operation in the ever increasing air traffic environment.
CAS 67A TCAS II Enhanced/ACAS II for corporate and regional aviation was the first system of its type to receive FAA technical standard order (TSO) approval. Beginning December 1, 2015 EASA requires aircraft fitted with ACAS II/TCAS II Traffic Systems operating in Europe; must meet the requirements defined in MOPS Change 7.1 (DO-185B). The CAS 67B now includes Change 7.1 (DO-185B) offering all the TCAS II levels of protection required and needed in today's increasingly complex flight environment.