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Business Air News Bulletin
The monthly news publication for aviation professionals.
C&L signs with Thomas Global for CRT display
C&L's TFD-8601 display is a plug-and-play system for existing CRT units, allowing operators to perform conversions on Saabs, Challengers, Falcons, Gulfstreams and Hawkers with no changes to panels or wiring.
Read this story in our October 2020 printed issue.

C&L Aerospace has signed an agreement with Thomas Global Systems to distribute its TFD-8601 upgrade solution for legacy EFD-86 CRT displays. The solution is available in many regional and business jet aircraft types including the Saab 340, EMB 120, Challenger CL600 series, Falcon 10/50/20/100, Gulfstream/Astra 1125 and Hawker 800.

The display is a true plug-and-play system for existing CRT units, allowing operators to perform an instant conversion with no changes to cockpit panels or wiring. The display leverages Thomas Global's latest in-house innovation in analogue to digital signal conversion allowing for the LCD retrofit.

“Thomas Global is a premier manufacturer of aviation electronic systems, and we are excited to provide CRT display solutions and long-term value to our customers on both the regional and corporate side of aviation,” says Martin Cooper, senior VP of sales at C&L Aerospace. “We are honoured that Thomas Global has selected us as a valued partner ensuring that airlines, MROs and corporate operators worldwide have access to their products.”

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