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By 31st March 2012, the requirements to carry a Mode S Transponder will become more onerous. Existing exemptions from the requirement to carry Mode S are due to expire and access to controlled airspace will be restricted if your old Mode C transponder has not been replaced.

Call or contact us at Airtime or for a competitive quote to supply and fit your Mode S transponder.

Airtime already has EASA minor change approvals to fit Garmin GTX 330 or GTX 328 Transponders to a wide range of aircraft types.

Alternatively, Trig TT31 Mode S Transponders, Trig TT22 Mode S Transponders, Trig TT21 Mode S Transponders are supported by numerous EASA minor change approvals from the manufacturer.

Avidyne have recently released the AXP340 ADS-B Mode S Transponder or perhaps you would prefer a Becker BXP6401-1-(01) 250W Mode S Transponder.

Whichever Mode S Transponder you chose, Airtime can offer a competitive installation cost carried out by our own engineers at our Bournemouth avionics facility.

Call or contact our avionics department now as slots in our avionics calendar before the March 2012 deadline are filling up fast.

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