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Bombardier and Rockwell Collins unveil Pro Line Fusion for Challenger 604

Posted 22 May 2017 · Add Comment

Bombardier Business Aircraft and Rockwell Collins today announced a new Pro Line Fusion integrated avionics upgrade for the Challenger 604 aircraft.



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The Pro Line Fusion upgrade will replace the factory-installed CRT displays with three 14.1-inch widescreen displays, which feature advanced graphics, configurable windows and a touchscreen interface.

As the only all-in-one solution to comply with aviation regulatory mandates while modernizing the flight experience for pilots, the Pro Line Fusion upgrade is set to be available throughout Bombardier’s highly qualified and extensive network of service centres.

“The Challenger 604 is a highly-valued, long-haul aircraft, and this upgrade will allow customers to benefit from the latest technology and continue flying well into the future,” said Craig Olson, Vice President and General Manager, Business and Regional Systems for Rockwell Collins. “This will be the third aircraft platform to have the Pro Line Fusion® aftermarket upgrade option, continuing our ongoing effort to provide owners with a means to keep their aircraft relevant with modern technology, enhanced situational awareness for pilots and aviation regulatory mandate compliance.”

Bombardier is supporting and endorsing Rockwell Collins’ development of this service offering. The addition of the Pro Line Fusion integrated avionics on the Challenger 604 aircraft will enhance the cockpit experience by providing the latest in avionics functionality while increasing the aircraft’s value.

“We are confident that Rockwell Collins’ new Pro Line Fusion integrated avionics upgrade for Challenger 604 will provide owners with the state-of-the-art technology and added-value that they expect from Bombardier,” said Jean-Christophe Gallagher, Vice President and General Manager, Customer Experience, Bombardier Business Aircraft. “We are growing our aftermarket service offerings and this is one more example of how we are focusing on adding value to our customers’ aircraft. Our service centres are well equipped to ensure all customers find the ideal retrofit option to comply with aviation regulatory mandates, improve onboard technology, and add value to their aircraft.”

This upgrade will bring a set of benefits to the Challenger 604 aircraft. and is expected to be certified by autumn 2018.


 

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