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DC Aviation becomes authorised BRS dealer for Rockwell Collins
Rockwell Collins' product range features avionics equipment for virtually every business jet operated today. DC Aviation's Stuttgart maintenance station can market a broad spectrum of the US manufacturer's products.

DC Aviation's maintenance service centre at Manfred Rommel airport in Stuttgart, Germany, has become an authorised Business and Regional Systems (BRS) dealer following a new cooperation with Rockwell Collins.

Under the terms of the four-year agreement, DC Aviation will provide sales and support solutions for Rockwell Collins avionics and cabin equipment to its customers worldwide. This includes the Venue cabin management and entertainment solution, interactive Airshow moving map and Tailwind airborne satellite TV as well as future mandated avionics system requirements like ADS-B Out. Rockwell Collins' diverse product range features avionics equipment for virtually every type of business and commercial jet currently operated today.

“We welcome the opportunity to further increase our service level for comprehensive maintenance solutions and modifications by becoming an authorised Rockwell Collins BRS dealer,” says vice president maintenance Oliver Weiss. “DC Aviation's extensive industry experience, wide maintenance network and knowledge of business operations in cooperation with Rockwell Collins' innovative communication and aviation electronic solutions is a collaboration that I am certain will be of considerable benefit to both companies.”

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