Collins Aerospace Pro Line Fusion upgrade is FAA certified on the Cessna Citation CJ2+

Romain Guillot

2021/03/25 | 234 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
Collins Aerospace Pro Line Fusion upgrade is FAA certified on the Cessna Citation CJ2+ © Collins Aerospace

Collins Aerospace (Raytheon Technologies) has announced that its Pro Line Fusion avionics suite has been certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for the Cessna Citation CJ2+. The integrated avionics system, which brings widescreen displays, high-resolution synthetic vision and touchscreen navigation, can now replace the Pro Line 21 suite fitted to the light business jet since its introduction in 2006.

Collins Aerospace also specifies that a similar upgrade certificatio...(…)

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