In the domain of avionics, we can find intricate software product lines constrained by both aircraft’s hardware and conformance to strict standards. Existing general-purpose languages are complicated, as they do not hide unnecessary low level-details. This situation potentially leads to a lengthy process in the specification phase and the loss of control over the quality of the specification itself and possibly resulting in the generation of inconsistent products. In Software development for avionics systems, the pressure of time-to-market is high. Additionally, the long time taken for systems certification of this sort of critical system pushes for the development of solutions that support specifications correct by construction. With that kind of solutions, we can release the burden of the software developer by positively constraining the configuration of the products. In this paper, we put into practice an in-house solution that implements the concept of Product Lines of Domain Specific Languages (DSLs). The solution allows generating dedicated DSLs for each sub-family/configuration in Modular avionics departing from the model of a given aircraft.