SPAES carries out the installation of Garmin GTN 750Xi, GNC 255 and MD 41-1510 Annunciator in its own EASA Part 21J Design Organization
SPAES, an EASA Part 21J Design and 21G Production Organization, has announced the successful completion of a Minor Change project in a MD Helicopters for a customer. The project involved the installation of GTN 750Xi, GNC 255, and MD41-1510 Annunciator, which has enhanced the helicopter’s avionics system and improved its overall performance. The new avionics system provides advanced features such as touchscreen displays, GPS navigation, and communications capabilities, making the helicopter more efficient and safer. The new system offers increased situational awareness for pilots, providing them with access to real-time information to help them make informed decisions while flying.
After the installation, a comprehensive Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Test and Function Tests was completed to ensure the new avionics system was fully operational and met all regulatory requirements. The results of both tests were positive, and the helicopter was approved for flight.
“We are delighted to have successfully completed this Minor Change project in a MD Helicopters for a customer,” said Joachim Schanz, the CEO of SPAES. “Our team of experienced engineers is dedicated to providing top-quality and innovative solutions that meet the specific needs of our clients. This project is a testament to our commitment to delivering comprehensive and efficient solutions to our clients in the aviation industry.”
The company’s team of experienced engineers has a proven track record of delivering top-quality and innovative solutions that improve the performance and safety of aircraft. Since its founding in 2014, SPAES has completed over 550 Minor Changes and 60+ STCs for various kinds of aircraft, making it a reliable and trusted partner in the aviation industry.