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Mid Canada Mod Center

MID-CANADA MOD CENTER

Challenger 604 FANS STC now FAA and TC approved

Challenger CL604 FANS mod by MC2

Mid-Canada Mod Center (MC2) is pleased to announce extension and additional approval to their established CL604 FANS STC.

Already approved by Transport Canada, MC2 are pleased to be able to include the recent FAA approval, # ST03811NY, as 2016 closed.

About this STC:

This mod and upgrade includes the following key avionics components;

- Universal Avionics UNS-1Lw FMS, 5 inch FMS CDU located in the center pedestal

- Universal Avionics CVR-120R Cockpit Voice Recorder, replacing the existing Fairchild CVR

- Universal Avionics UniLink® UL-801 CMU

- Universal Avionics Solid-State Data Transfer Unit

- Miltope Printer

- True North Avionics TN1007-100 Data Link Unit

MC2 VP Bill Arsenault honoured at NBAA by TrueNorth Avionics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In speaking about this, Mark van Berkel - CEO of TrueNorth stated - “We are extremely pleased to recognize Bill Arsenault from Mid-Canada Mod Center (MC2) with a Lifetime Achievement Award.” He continued by saying “TrueNorth and MC2 have significant accomplishments together and this is due, in no small part, to Bill’s sustained relationship with us. We celebrated ten years in business this year, and continue striving to make connectivity more effective for business aviation. I’m pleased that Bill and his team have been an active part in this pursuit.”

More Universal Avionics SBAS-FMS Upgrades for Calm Air

 

NEWS RELEASE 

FOR MORE INFO, CONTACT: 

Stacy Honda, Universal Avionics, 520.295.2300 or shonda@uasc.com 

Bill Arsenault, Mid-Canada Mod Center, 905.673.9918 or bill@midcanadamod.com 

 

Datalink Requirement Comes to the North Atlantic

In case you missed it - from AIN today - All aircraft operating in the North Atlantic organized track system between FL350 and FL390 must now be equipped with Fans 1A or its equivalent, controller pilot datalink communications (CPDLC) and automatic dependent surveillance contract (ADS-C), as Phase 2A of the North Atlantic datalink mandate took effect last week.

The mandate is part of an initiative created to help cope with the ever-increasing volume of air traffic, while enhancing communication, surveillance and ATC-intervention capabilities across portions of North Atlantic.

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