Hi Fly covers all its fleet under new TCAS 7.1
22 December 2015
Hi Fly is upgrading all its fleet with the newest software for TCAS II (Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System), the 7.1 version, complying with the latest safety standards of the European air space.
Placing safety and security as top priorities, the company chose new generation Honeywell equipment which meets TCAS II Change 7.1 requirements, offering levels of protection required and needed in today’s increasingly complex flight environment. “The timely availability of this upgrade addresses Hi Fly’s immediate requirements to comply with the mandatory TCAS II Change 7.1, recently enforced by Eurocontrol”, said Paulo Mirpuri, President of Hi Fly.
Hi Fly is an EU - OPS carrier, FAA approved, EASA and IOSA certified. The Group owns 20 aircraft, and half of them are operated by Hi Fly: A321´s (1 unit), A330´s (5 units) and A340´s (5 units), exclusively available for wet lease worldwide. Wet leasing (supply of aircraft with crew, maintenance and insurance) is Hi Fly core and sole business, therefore unmatched operational expertise in this very specific field has been developed over several years of experience.