Modifications (307)

Low Frequency Underwater Location Device (LF-ULD) on B737

The Low Frequency Underwater Locator Device (LF-ULD) is a self-powered device that provides an effective help in order to improve the search and recovery of submerged aircraft. The LF-ULD is not to be confused with the ULD, also known as Underwater Locator Beacon (ULB) that is installed on the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) as well as the Flight Data Recorder (FDR) and emits ultrasonic impulses at 37.5 kHz. The LF-ULD will be mounted directly at the structure of the airframe and supplements the existing ULDs. Once the LF-ULD is emerged into water, it is being activated automatically and transmits at frequency of 8.80 kHz. Due to its lower frequency range the LF-ULD has a far longer detection range of at least 90 days after activation.

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ADS-B Out on A330/A340

Automatic Dependent Surveillance- Broadcast (ADS-B) is the replacement and augmentation of RADAR-based aircraft surveillance technology. With ADS-B, the surveillance of aircraft does no longer rely on RADAR ground stations, but on aircraft based GPS receivers. Aircraft equipped with ADS-B broadcast their precise position and velocity data, as well as altitude and supportive information automatically and with no pilot or external input to ATC or to other aircraft.

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Low Frequency Underwater Location Device (LF-ULD) on A320 family

The Low Frequency Underwater Locator Device (LF-ULD) is a self-powered device that provides an effective help in order to improve the search and recovery of submerged aircraft. The LF-ULD is not to be confused with the ULD, also known as Underwater Locator Beacon (ULB) that is installed on the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) as well as the Flight Data Recorder (FDR) and emits ultrasonic impulses at 37.5 kHz. The LF-ULD will be mounted directly at the structure of the airframe and supplements the existing ULDs. Once the LF-ULD is emerged into water, it is being activated automatically and transmits at frequency of 8.80 kHz. Due to its lower frequency range the LF-ULD has a far longer detection range of at least 90 days after activation.   

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ADS-B Out on A320 family

Automatic Dependent Surveillance- Broadcast (ADS-B) is the replacement and augmentation of RADAR-based aircraft surveillance technology. With ADS-B, the surveillance of aircraft does no longer rely on RADAR ground stations, but on aircraft based GPS receivers. Aircraft equipped with ADS-B broadcast their precise position and velocity data, as well as altitude and supportive information automatically and with no pilot or external input to ATC or to other aircraft.

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Installation of KA-Band SATCOM System.

Installation of KA-Band SATCOM System.

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WLAN Modification and Cabin Integration

WLAN Modification and Cabin Integration

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Premium Economy Seats in A350

Premium Economy Seats in A350

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