FAA has granted Rockwell Collins an initial supplemental type certificate (STC) for the company’s 757/767 flight deck display retrofit, the company reports. The STC came on the back of flight testing on a Boeing 767-300 for a still-unnamed launch customer (Aviation DAILY, March 31). The upgrade, based on technology used on the 787, replaces six original 6 x 7-in. cathode ray tube displays with three 15.1-in. liquid crystal displays and several new controller units. It also saves ...
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