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FAA STC Solution for Mexico ICAO Recorder Requirement

Peregrine Is Awarded Mexico, ICAO Recorder FAA STC

Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions, SoCal Jets, and Peregrine Avionics have developed a solution that meets the requirements for recorders as outlined in official documents. The Federal Civil Aviation of Mexico, AFAC, approval of this FAA AML STC is in process.

This AML STC, “Curtiss-Wright Fortress Flight Data Recorder with Cockpit Voice Recorder, Class C Cockpit Image Recorder, and Dukane Seacom Underwater Locating Device Installation” covers the Learjet 30 Series, Learjet 45, Hawker 800 and 1000 Series and Citation 10 (750) aircraft and incorporates the use of a Class C Airborne Image Recorder camera and a new cockpit voice recorder. 

This camera records images of the cockpit instrument panel and thus installation costs and downtime are significantly reduced.

Any Part 25 charter aircraft (USA) that operates in Mexican airspace or is Mexican registered over 5500kg must have this equipment installed per AFAC requirements.

The Mexico requirement is based on ICAO Annex 6 documentation. All equipment is ED-112A certified and includes an EASA (E) approved 25-hour Cockpit Voice Recorder and (E)TSO-176a two (2) hour Airborne Image Recorder.

“Under certain regulatory bodies, Class C recorders are allowed as a means for recording flight data where it is not practical or prohibitively expensive to record on an FDR, or where an FDR is not required. This AML STC offers an economical means of complying with the new AFAC and ICAO requirements,” states David Rankin, president, Peregrine.

FMI: www.curtisswrightds.com, https://peregrine.aero

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