Curtiss-Wright receives EASA certification for imaging multi-purpose flight recorder

Dec. 22, 2020
Imaging flight recorder, cockpit area camera, cockpit area microphone and imaging cockpit control elements receive EASA Technical Standard Order.

ASHBURN, Va. - Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division announced that it has received European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Technical Standard Order (TSO) certification for the imaging multi-purpose flight recorder (iMPFR), cockpit area camera, cockpit area microphone and imaging cockpit control unit elements of the ISSKOR flight recorder system supporting Irkut Corporation’s MC-21 aircraft platform. The EASA certification is also recognized by the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) and other regulatory bodies.

The ISSKOR system integrates all of the major components required to gather and store critical flight data (parametric, voice, cockpit image, display data, and datalink) in crash protected memory based on Curtiss-Wright’s industry-leading Fortress flight data recorder solutions. The iMPFR supplied for use on the MC-21 exceeds 25 hours recording capacity for parametric flight data and datalink information. It is also capable of recording more than two hours of 4 channels of digital voice and cockpit image data.

"We are very pleased to have received EASA TSO certification for the iMPFR and other components used in the ISSKOR flight recorder system selected by Irkut for their exciting new MC-21 twinjet airliner program,” said Lynn Bamford, President, Defense and Power Segments. “We are uniquely positioned to provide our aviation customers with complete data recording system solutions, fully integrated and tested, leveraging our best-in-class Fortress cockpit voice and flight data recorder solutions.” 

Voice your opinion!

To join the conversation, and become an exclusive member of Military Aerospace, create an account today!