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Monday
Jul312017

Chicago Jet Group Receives EASA Approvals for STCs With Universal Avionics Retrofit FANS Solution 

Universal Avionics and Chicago Jet Group announce EASA approvals for multiple retrofit Future Air Navigation System (FANS) Supplemental Type Certifications (STC), including:

  • Boeing 767-200 (STC #ST03369CH)
  • Challenger 600, 601, and 604 (STC #ST03262CH)
  • Dassault Falcon® 2000 (STC #ST03262CH)
  • Dassault Falcon 2000EX (STC #ST03369CH)
  • Dassault Falcon 900 and 900EX (STC #ST03369CH)
  • Dassault Mystere Falcon 50 and 50EX (STC #ST03262CH)
  • Gulfstream G100 Astra and SPX (STC #ST03262CH)
  • Gulfstream GII and GIII (STC #ST03262CH)
  • Gulfstream GIV (GIV-SP) (STC #ST03369CH)
  • Gulfstream GV (STC #ST03369CH)

These significant approvals offer European-based operators access to STC solutions that haven't been available to them until now. The retrofit installations include Universal Avionics FANS solution, featuring the company's UniLink® UL-800/801 Communications Management Unit, SBAS-Flight Management System, and Cockpit Voice Recorder.

"Universal Avionics proudly recognizes our Authorized Dealer, Chicago Jet Group's efforts, working diligently to achieve EASA approvals for all of their FANS STCs," said Mike Marie, Universal Avionics Central U.S. Regional Sales Manager. "These EASA approvals help to open the door for European operators to meet global navigation mandates, while also utilizing the significant time and cost advantages offered by flying FANS preferred airspace."

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