WACO, Texas – CenTex Aerospace’s HALO 250 performance data will be added to Ultra-Nav Aircraft Performance Software, beginning in January 2014.
Since 1990, Ultra-Nav Aviation has been providing the aviation industry across the globe with a safety tool that allows an accurate, fast, and easy way to compute takeoff, landing, and weight and balance numbers for any takeoff and landing scenario, CenTex officials noted.Ultra-Nav Aircraft Performance Software allows quick and accurate computations to be performed, just as you would with a straight edge and pencil but with split second speed and without errors, officials added.
Ultra-Nav Aircraft Performance Software will include all HALO 250 AFMS protocols and procedures that dictate exactly how all the charts are to be used together to give a complete and accurate analysis of your aircraft’s performance as a function of all permitted combinations of altitude, temperature, runway length winds, runway slope, obstacle, etc., company officials explained.
With the addition of the HALO 250 AFMS performance data, Ultra-Nav will compute maximum allowable takeoff weight based on all limiting factors — field length, climb limitations, brake energy, etc. The software will then compute and display takeoff distance, all “V speeds”, 2nd segment climb gradient, and other pertinent takeoff parameters dependent on your King Air 200. Also, for landing data, Ultra-Nav computes and displays all “V” speeds, landing distance, landing field length, approach climb gradient, and, landing climb gradient.
Ultra-Nav can also customize weight and balance to your aircraft’s exact seating configuration, officials add.
For more information: 806-744-4771 or CenTex.aero