TAG Aviation develops STC for TCAS 7.1 upgrade
TAG Aviation and Rockwell Collins have been granted approval for an EASA Supplemental Type Certifications (STC) for the installation of the TTR-4100 TCAS II version 7.1 on Dassault Falcon 2000 and 2000EX.
Approval for The Falcon 900 and Falcon 50 will follow in the coming weeks.
The STCs are being developed jointly with Rockwell Collins and are to serve the entire Falcon fleet. STCs will be available to all Rockwell Dealers upon request.
“We are delighted to bring to the Falcon 2000 and 2000EX operators an EASA approved solution with the installation of the TTR-4100.”
Guillaume Perez, Part 21 manager, TAG Aviation Europe said: “We are delighted to bring to the Falcon 2000 and 2000EX operators an EASA approved solution with the installation of the TTR-4100. This STC which we managed to develop in just a month and a half is a great achievement for TAG Aviation S.A’s DOA and has been jointly developed with Rockwell Collins. It will be followed by two others in the coming weeks for the Falcon 50 and 900. The TTR-4100 is the newest TCAS produced and satisfies the TCAS II change 7.1 requirement, which is impending.”
“The timely development and availability of these certifications through our Dealer, TAG Aviation S.A., will address Falcon customers’ immediate requirements to meet EASA TCAS II Change 7.1 mandate compliance, which is fast approaching,” said Didier Perrin, senior director, Marketing, Sales and Support, EuMEA for Rockwell Collins.