Aero Mexico Orders Rockwell Collins’ Avionics Package

By | June 9, 2003 | Uncategorized

Mexican carrier Aero Mexico has ordered avionics and in-flight entertainment systems from Cedar Rapids, Iowa-based Rockwell Collins [NYSE: COL] to be installed in 11 new Boeing 737-700 aircraft.

The avionics package includes a suite of data link communications, navigation and surveillance sensors. The cabin of the B737-700s will feature a Programmable Audio Video System in-flight entertainment system.

The avionics package also includes the Collins GLU-920 multimode receiver (MMR), an integrated unit that provides the aircraft’s primary position, velocity and time reference, and enables precision landing capability. It offers instrument landing system capability and satellite-based positioning for navigation and future landing functions.

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