Spectralux Avionics Enters Into Agreement with Boeing for Data Link

Spectralux Avionics Enters Into Agreement with Boeing for Data Link

REDMOND, WASHINGTON, September 20, 2016 – Spectralux Avionics (www.spectralux.com), a leading manufacturer of retrofit data link systems for commercial, business, and regional aircraft, today announced that it has entered into an Agreement with Boeing Intellectual Property Licensing Company (BIPLC) that will permit Owners and Operators of Boeing 737, 757, and 767 aircraft to use the data link product in conjunction with an enabled AOC OPC system. Spectralux and its authorized dealers will sell the data link system directly to end users, who will then work with Boeing Commercial Aircraft to enable their AOC OPC.

“We are happy that we were able to reach this agreement with Boeing Licensing,” said Spectralux President Scott McCammant. “The combination of our data link products such as our current Dlink+ or our soon to be released ENVOY™ Data Link along with Third Party Data Services, will allow our commercial air transport customers to drive improved efficiency from their aircraft operations.  This will translate to lower cost of operation, and improved environmental performance. Fuel savings will result in an attractive payback for customers.”

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Spectralux Avionics

Spectralux Avionics is a leading aerospace electronics company that develops and manufactures high reliability data link communication equipment that provides FANS 1/A, ATN CPDLC, AOC ACARS, and Condition-based Global Flight Tracking. Additionally, Spectralux Avionics provides human machine interface products that span the gamut of aviation requirements for critical aircraft systems that impact crew efficiency, performance and control, annunciation and lighting. Spectralux Avionics has a proven record providing data link communication products as well as lighted panels, keyboards, complex electronic assemblies and controls to regional and commercial air transport, business aviation, military programs, and now space with control panel assemblies for the Orion Spacecraft.

Spectralux Avionics also maintains an FAA and EASA approved Part-145 repair center covering class 2 and 3 accessories (#VLXR781L).

For more information, visit: http://www.spectralux.com/dlink

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