Rockwell Collins Subsidiary to Help Repair Netherlands’ Trainer Avionics

Helicopter-RadarA Rockwell Collins subsidiary has been awarded a contract to help manage repair of avionics on the Dutch military’s Pilatus PC-7 trainer aircraft.

Intertrade plans to acquire aircraft components from multiple suppliers for the Netherlands’ PC-7 avionics repair program, Thierry Tosi, vice president and general manager of service solutions at Rockwell Collins, said Wednesday.

The business provides new and recertified engine and other aircraft parts as well as associated repair services to commercial and military customers.

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