rimec Aviation, a certified FAA Part 145 Repair Station (#18TR248C) and Universal Avionics (UA) are completing the first Falcon 2000/EX aircraft Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) with UA’s InSight Flight Display System. The newly installed system replaces the Pro Line 4 and includes SBAS-Flight Management Systems, Universal’s Connectivity Ecosystem, and UniLink Communications Management system which supports RNP 0.3 instrument approaches and CPDLC, digital clearances, FANS 1A+, and ATN B1.
“We are proud of our Fort Worth technical team for making this possible and look forward to welcoming other Falcon 2000/EX operators looking for a solution for their aging and obsolete avionics,” said Mike Rabadi, Trimec Aviation president and CEO. “This upgrade will not only increase the value of their asset but improve operating efficiency, enhance pilot safety, and increase the aircraft’s available payload.”
John Holland, Trimec Aviation meneral manager, said, “It’s exciting to reach the final stage of this important STC for Falcon 2000/EX operators. The CDUs and FMS for the Pro Line 4 are irreplaceable and are no longer supported so this is a timely solution that Trimec is ready to provide. We look forward to talking with owners and operators of these Falcon’s at NBAA-BACE and invite them to see us at #N3431.”
“We are thrilled to deliver a modern, sustainable solution for the Falcon 2000/EX in partnership with Trimec Aviation,”said Dror Yahav, Universal Avionics CEO. “The InSight Display System has achieved certification on a variety of business jets, upgrading them to the latest available operational capabilities and significantly extending the aircraft’s longevity for years to come.”
Trimec Aviation was recognized as an Outstanding Dealer of the Year for 2022 by Universal Avionics and continues to build on its foundation as an innovative avionics solution provider with this new STC.