Since 1991, Rockwell Collins has had a presence in the region that includes the Russian Federation and other Commonwealth of Independent States countries: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan, and Georgia.
In the last few decades, we have offered many commercial products to ensure that Russian aircraft meet FAA requirements to fly to the United States and Europe. Systems such as TCAS-II were certified on many Russian-made aircraft, including the Tu 134, Tu 154, IL 62, IL 76, IL 86, Yak 40, Yak 42, An 12/An 24/26/32,An 140 and An 148. Further, by establishing our Moscow Engineering Center, we are able to provide specialized support and development for the new avionics systems for Russian commercial aircraft.
With the exansion of updated Russian fleets over the last few decades, Rockwell Collins has increased our presence in Russia. We offer our state-of-the art products, services and support on many commercial, business and regional airlines, as well as helicopters. For example, our Pro Line 21™ communications, navigation and surveillance system is being used on the Russian-made IL 114-100 aircraft. And we play an integral part in the development of the new Russian-made aircraft MC-21.
66/20 Zemlyanoy Val Street
Moscow, Russia, 109004