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FAA Certification For Boeing 737 Simulator


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Rockwell Collins
: 07 June, 2010  (New Product)
Full flight simulator for the Boeing 737 NG from Rockwell Collins now qualified by the Federal Aviation Administration
Rockwell Collins has achieved Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 60 Level D qualification for its Edge Boeing 737 NG Full Flight Simulator (FFS). The simulator, delivered in April, is located at Pan Am International Flight Academy's North American training center in Miami.

'This qualification marks the first FAA Level D certification for our Edge system -- adding to the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Level D qualification we received in November with our 737 NG simulator at CTC Aviation in Southampton, UK,' said Ken Schreder, vice president and general manager of Simulation and Training Solutions for Rockwell Collins. 'Both are critically important milestones as we look to further grow this part of our commercial simulation business.'


The Edge 737 FFS is part of a complete family of Edge training solutions from Rockwell Collins, based on the company's CORE simulation architecture.

The system features:

Advanced display and image generating technology, providing industry-leading realism
A highly configurable instructor suite that provides the ability to customize training to match the needs of trainees
An open systems hardware and software architecture that readily supports upgrades, allowing proactive obsolescence management and integration of the latest in commercial-off-the-shelf technology
A scalable, modular design that provides a broad range of training devices with common software and hardware components

At the forefront of technology, Rockwell Collins enhances training effectiveness by providing the most advanced solutions at the lowest cost of ownership. By making use of its strengths in avionic systems development and training systems design, Rockwell Collins delivers total integrated training solutions that span the entire training life cycle, from instructional systems design through fully integrated high-fidelity training systems and support.
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