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    NEWS | Sikorsky S-76D

    Canada Approves S-76D Night Vision Lighting


    Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) approves Aero Dynamix Inc. (ADI) night vision lighting modification for the Sikorsky S-76D helicopter



    • Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) approves Aero Dynamix Inc. (ADI) night vision lighting modification for the Sikorsky S-76D helicopter
    • Aero Dynamix Inc. (ADI) announces today that they have received Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) validation approval for the Sikorsky S-76D Night Vision Lighting Modification

    Canada Approves S-76D Night Vision Lighting


    Aero Dynamix, February 09, 2017 - Aero Dynamix Inc. (ADI) announces today that they have received Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) validation approval for the Sikorsky S-76D Night Vision Lighting Modification.

    “ADI added the certification of the S-76D to our long list of existing STC’s in 2015 and now we are working to obtain further international approvals” said Tonka Hufford ADI’s chief operating officer.

    “The lighting modification is a combination of internal avionics modifications in concert with manufactured overlays and ELP’s”.

    About Aero Dynamix Aero Dynamix Inc. is located in Euless, Texas and is a premier leader in NVG cockpit modifications as well as illuminated panel technology and manufacturing. Aero Dynamix currently holds 34 NVG cockpit STC's covering over 40 aircraft models along with numerous EASA, TCCA, JCAB, and ANAC validations. AS9100 & ISO 9001 Approved, QPL certified by the DLA for MIL-DTL-7788 Illuminated panels.


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