Thomas Global Systems and Hawker Pacific Announce New Partnership

Thomas Global Systems has signed a partnership agreement with Hawker Pacific for distribution of Thomas Global’s plug-and-play LCD cockpit displays in the Asia Pacific region.

The agreement will grant Hawker Pacific rights for the distribution of Thomas Global’s growing family of innovative CRT-to-LCD cockpit display upgrade products for a range of business and general aviation aircraft.

“We are pleased to be partnering with Hawker Pacific for the distribution of our range of pioneering plug-and-play LCD cockpit displays,” says John Dwyer, Thomas Global Systems’ Director Business Development. “Hawker Pacific’s reputation in the industry is excellent and their geographic reach and focus on customer service are a perfect fit for Thomas Global. In addition to Hawker Pacific’s presence across the region, we hope to take full advantage of Hawker Pacific’s engineering and certification excellence on a broader range of future projects. We look forward to the significant benefits our new partnership will

bring to aircraft operators, owners and lessors across the region.”

Thomas Global has developed a range of CRT-to-LCD cockpit display upgrade products based on their proprietary Thomas ADA 2.0 Adaptive Display Architecture, which the company feels is “an innovative, cost effective, plug-and-play solution for operators of legacy CRT displays.” The practical upgrades offer owners and operators financial and technology benefits – starting with lower costs and increased reliability compared to ageing CRT-based displays. Importantly, CRT obsolescence threat is eliminated, allowing operators to get the most out of their existing airframe investment and avoid costly full cockpit upgrades. The LCD upgrades offer instant conversion with no downtime for installation, and do not require crew retraining or changes to existing cockpit panels or wiring.

Thomas Global Systems offer plug-and-play LCD cockpit displays for the King Air, Beechcraft 1900D, Embraer 120, Fairchild Metro-23, Dassault Falcon, Hawker 800, IAI Astra 1125 and a broad range of other business and general aviation aircraft.

“Maximizing the life cycle of legacy aircraft is a key priority for our aircraft operators,” says Doug Park, Hawker Pacific’s COO for Asia Pacific. “Our new dealership agreement with Thomas Global for their innovative range of cockpit display upgrade products is the latest example of how we are meeting this need and making it easier for our customers across the region to keep their fleets flying and up-to-date.”

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