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CMC SparrowHawk set for Saudi and Qatari trainers

Posted 6 February 2013 · Add Comment

The latest generation CMA-9000 flight management system SparrowHawk from Esterline CMC Electronics which included head-up display (HUD) has been selected by Qatar and Saudi air forces for their new PC-21 turboprop training aircraft.

Esterline CMC's Jean-Michel Comtois, vice-president, marketing and sales, government and public affairs, said today that "

the CMA-9000 family of compact FMS variants is well suited for modern digital cockpits in fixed and rotary wing aircraft for both civil and military applications.”
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