Posted on: 08 August 2014 by Mark Howells
Scoot is to use Rockwell Collins’ Dispatch 100 avionics service and asset management programme for its new 20 strong fleet of Boeing 787s.
Rockwell Collins will monitor performance of Scoot’s 787s using its comprehensive suite of communications, surveillance, displays and pilot controls systems, as well as guaranteeing spares availability and technical repairs. The entire service from Rockwell Collins will be handled by a dedicated programme manager.
Colin Mahoney, senior vice-president, international and service Solutions for Rockwell Collins explained, “Our working knowledge of Rockwell Collins’ state-of-the-art avionics for the 787 Dreamliner, combined with our total life cycle Dispatch support solution, tailored to Scoot’s specifications, will provide on-site and preventive maintenance.”
“It also allows service engineers and maintenance personnel to identify issues proactively and have solutions ready so that when the 787 lands, it can dispatch as soon as possible.”