Modifications (55)

Medevac configuration with stretchers for ATR42 and ATR72

Installation of up to respectively 3 and 4 stretchers aboard ATR-42 and ATR-72 for operation of medical evacuation flights.

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ADSB-out on Airbus Wide Bodies (A300/A310/A300-600)

ADS-B Out signal is used for surveillance purposes on the ground or onboard other aircraft in order to facilitate airborne traffic. 

ADS-B, standing for “Automatic Dependant Surveillance – Broadcast”, is the replacement and augmentation of radar-based aircraft surveillance systems. With ADS-B, the surveillance of aircraft does no longer rely on radar ground stations, but on airborne GPS receivers. Aircraft equipped with ADS-B broadcast their precise position and velocity data, as well as altitude and supportive information automatically, without pilot input, to ATC on ground (ADS-B Out) or to other aircraft (ADS-B In).

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ADS-B Out for B737NG

ADS-B Out signal is used for surveillance purposes on the ground or onboard other aircraft in order to facilitate airborne traffic. 

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ADS-B Out for A340 series aircraft

ADS-B Out signal is used for surveillance purposes on the ground or onboard other aircraft in order to facilitate airborne traffic. 

ADS-B, standing for “Automatic Dependant Surveillance – Broadcast”, is the replacement and augmentation of radar-based aircraft surveillance systems. With ADS-B, the surveillance of aircraft does no longer rely on radar ground stations, but on airborne GPS receivers. Aircraft equipped with ADS-B broadcast their precise position and velocity data, as well as altitude and supportive information automatically, without pilot input, to ATC on ground (ADS-B Out) or to other aircraft (ADS-B In).

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ADS-B Out for A320 family aircraft

ADS-B Out signal is used for surveillance purposes on the ground or onboard other aircraft in order to facilitate airborne traffic. 

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Noise Reduction BOSE® Boomsets ATR Aircraft

PMV Engineering certified new Boomsets on ATR aircraft:
To allow usage of new noise reduction BOSE® Boomsets, this modification deals with replacement of the existing Jack Panels and Boomsets by new ones on ATR aircraft.
Noise reduction function is provided through the addition of a 28VDC power supply to each Jack Panel.

 

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Installation of EFB tablet mounting device on cockpit of B737 NG / MAX

Installation of two tablet cradles and arm mounts on cockpit of last generation of B737 (including MAX) for holding computer tablet (e.g. iPad mini) used as “Electronic Flight Bag” (EFB).

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Transmitting Portable Electronic Devices (T-PED) Tolerance on B777

After TPED tolerance STCs for the use of Wifi aboard A320 family, B737, and ATR 42 / 72 aircrafts, PMV Engineering has completed its TPED STC collection with B777 models. This last EASA STC (ref. 10061590) is aligned with the latest EASA requirements and Eurocae/RTCA standards and allow gate to gate operation (including all phases of flight without restrictions) for the airlines. 

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Transmitting Portable Electronic Devices (T-PED) Tolerance on ATR42 - ATR72

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). 

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TPED tolerance demonstration on B737 aircraft

EASA STC for TPED (Transmitting Portable Electronic Devices) tolerance demonstration on the following B737 aircraft:

  • 737-600
  • 737-700
  • 737-800
  • 737-900
  • 737-900ER

 

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