NavAero was awarded a supplemental type certificate (STC) from FAA for its tBag C22 Class 2 electronic flight bag (EFB) on Boeing 767-200, 767-300, 767-300F and 767-400ER Series aircraft.
The STC, issued Oct. 27, and executed in cooperation with U.S. Technical, includes cross-connected dual tBag C22 EFBs that enables data sharing between the two independent systems. The EFB units also include the navAero-designed, AT&T-certified 3G cellular modem module for on-ground data transfer, and the navAero ARINC 429 module with custom software that enables the deployment of the Jeppesen Airport Moving Map application on a Class 2 EFB platform. The company said it also included into the STC several different options including the new tPad 1100 and tPad 2000 displays.
"This marks achievement of the fourth highly complex STC for our Class 2 EFB system. With this certification, the navAero tBag C22 Class 2 EFB system gives B767 operators the ability to bring highly sophisticated, safety-enhancing situational awareness software technology to the flight deck at an affordable cost," said Knut Aabo, navAero executive vice president of sales and marketing.