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Rockwell Collins Completes Venue Installation

By Tish Drake | May 18, 2011
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Rockwell Collins said Tuesday it has installation of its Venue Cabin Management System (CMS) on two Dornier 328DBJ aircraft. With this installation, completed by 328 Support Services of Germany (328 SSG), the Dornier 328DBJ becomes the first European manufactured aircraft to fly with Venue, according to Rockwell Collins. The announcement was made at the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva.

“With this particular installation, 328 SSG was able to install Venue with a short lead time, which was made possible by the system’s flexible design,” said Dave Austin, vice president and general manager of Cabin Systems for Rockwell Collins. “No other HD cabin management system spans such a wide range of aircraft − from a forward fit position on the King Air 350i to VVIP aircraft.”

328 Support Services GmbH is an EASA-approved Production Organization, Maintenance Organization and Customer Support Organization with its headquarters at Oberpfaffenhofen Airfield near Munich, Germany.

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