Once the Design, Installation, and Certification phases are complete, L2 is at the forefront of supporting our valued customers with around the clock Avionics Engineering support for any Avionics or wiring faults they encounter as they deal with the day-to-day operational requirements of their valued fleet. Whether the discrepancy is related to an L2 installed STC or related to normal avionics fault, L2 Engineering can assist any operator with the determination of the fault and rectification beyond the Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM) or Wiring Diagram Manual (WDM) parameters utilized during normal troubleshooting by typical Maintenance Technicians.
In addition to the Engineering guidance provided to the Operator, all the discrepancy rectifications completed will be certified airworthy by Engineering Order accompanied by FAA Form 8110-3 (or equivalent) or through Log Book entry under our FAA Part 145 Repair Station (L2ZR265X) utilizing Parts Manufacturing Approval (PMA) where applicable. At L2 we stand behind and certify every task in accordance with current Airworthiness Regulations, no matter which Authority they may fall under.
"This project has taken us places that we never expected. The upside is, we have a much more capable product to offer our customers. We at Rockwell Collins appreciate the efforts of all involved. "