Lion Air to Use Honeywell Avionics

By Tish Drake | April 12, 2007
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Indonesian airline Lion Air selected Honeywell to provide next-generation weather radar and other avionics systems for up to 60 new Boeing B737NG aircraft. Lion Air selected Honeywell’s RDR-4000 next-generation windshear/weather radar system as part of an avionics and electrical package that also includes the CAS 100 Aircraft Collision Avoidance System with Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ACAS II/Mode S with ADS-B), Quantum Line Comm/Nav radios (CNS), High Frequency Radio CNS, Solid-State Recorders, FDAMS (Fight Data Acquisition and Management System), and Rescu 406 ELT (Emergency Locator Transmitter). The contract was signed last year and covers the time period from 2007 to 2014. The first seven B737NG aircraft will be delivered to Lion Air in 2007.

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