DBU-4000, 4100, -4001 Production, Repair and Floppy Disk Navigation
Databases Discontinuance December 2018
Rockwell Collins will be discontinuing production and support for Floppy Disk
DBUs along with their associated navigation databases effective December 2018.
For additional information, see the associated "Production and Guaranteed Repair Discontinuance Bulletin."
FMS database request
Request an FMS database subscription >
To request access to download the EFB drivers for the Airbus A320/A350 aircraft, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the email, please include your
email address, company name, aircraft type and serial number.
You will receive a document with download instructions and the username and
password for your account.
Navigation database notifications
Available as a download from our worldwide FMS database services site, the updates are conveniently available prior to effective date, allowing you flexibility for data loading.
Navigation databases are compiled from official State sources by Jeppesen and Lufthansa Systems and supplied to Rockwell Collins Flight Database Services Team for the purpose of packaging a database compatible with Rockwell Collins Avionics. The navigation database is comprised of many general aviation procedures as well as many restricted or special procedures that require specific training and/or authorization to utilize. The end-user is reminded that according to RTCA/DO-200A dated September 28, 1998, section 1.4; “The ultimate responsibility of ensuring that data meets the quality for its intended application rests with the end-user of that data.”
Each cycle, every effort is made to ensure the data passed on to our customers is of the highest quality, containing the most up to date, complete and reliable information available. However, it is the end-user’s responsibility to; pre-flight their navigation database, reference appropriate NOTAMS and Flight Alerts including those from Jeppesen, Lufthansa, the FAA, Rockwell Collins and other state aviation authorities and any other applicable publications pertaining to the users flight operations from the appropriate websites or publications.
The end user has the ultimate responsibility to ensure data requirements are met and to verify the navigation data loaded in their FMS is current and valid for the intended operation. If an error, omission or inconsistency is discovered, the end user should notify Rockwell Collins so that the issue can be investigated and/or forwarded to the appropriate navigation data supplier. The correction of data content issues cannot typically be resolved until the following AIRAC cycle.
Jeppesen flight alerts
Lufthansa Systems flight alerts
Rockwell Collins flight alerts
The information contained herein is subject to the Export Administration Regulations ("EAR"), 15 C.F.R. Parts 730-774. Diversion contrary to U.S. law is prohibited.
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