Fokker offers 737 LED retrofits

written by australianaviation.com.au | April 11, 2010

Fokker Services has developed a retrofit LED cabin lighting system for Boeing 737s, which are more reliable and require less maintenance than the existing TL system.

“Fokker Services has already extensive experience with LED lighting on VIP aircraft and we can develop this modification for virtually any commercial airliner”, says Erik Goedhart, Fokker’s vice president marketing & sales. “The LED lighting system not only saves the operator money, but in addition significantly enhances passenger appeal of the cabin.”

Many new aircraft feature LED interior lighting as standard, while some airlines have also installed it as part of cabin refurbishment programs.

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  • Bill

    says:

    It was mentiond earlier in this piece by, Air Marshal Mel Hupfeld, that the FA-18 Hornet replaced the Mirage fighters. I thought the F-111 ‘Ardvark’ replaced the Mirage jets around 1967 till 1999 such as the Raaf 6th squadron. If my memory serves me correct the aircraft served our country well until they were superseded by the Hornets, which by the way are an exceptional fighter also.

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