Textron Aviation has recently completed the first two installations of Collins Aerospace’s Pro Line Fusion touchscreen avionics in Cessna Citation CJ2+ twinjets at its North American service centers. The installation follows FAA approval in March of Collins’s STC for installation in the type.
It replaces the original Pro Line 21 avionics found in the CJ2+ with three 14.1-inch touchscreen displays in landscape format, synthetic vision system, airport dome, and extended runway centerline features. As a follow-on modification to a 2017 STC approval for Fusion in the CJ3, the new system for the CJ2+ also includes integrated V-speeds, fuel sensing, predictive performance, and controller-pilot datalink communications (CPDLC).
“We are dedicated to supporting our customers through the life of their aircraft,” said Textron Aviation senior v-p of customer support Brian Rohloff. “This includes providing the resources they need to keep their aircraft in the air.”