The Aircraft Electronics Association has released its third quarter Avionics Market Report for this year. In the months of July, August and September, total worldwide avionics sales amounted to $1,721,888,397.14, or more than $1.72 billion, as reported by the 20 aviation electronics manufacturers participating in the report.
Garmin has launched interactive, web-based pilot training for the G5000 integrated flight deck.
SEATTLE — CarpenterDev has introduced its Wireless AirData System for the general aviation market, as well as FAA certification of its Aircraft Device Cradle.The Aircraft Device Cradle (pictured above) is approved for all models of Cessna 172, Cessna 182, Piper PA-28 and Piper PA-32 airplanes.
TUCSON, Ariz. — Paul DeHerrera has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Universal Avionics.
Jeppesen has completed rapid decompression tests of a new iPad Air, proving device integrity in the unlikely event of sudden pressure loss.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Spirit Avionics is now operating under the registered trade name Spirit Aeronautics.
LAS VEGAS — Lexavia Integrated Systems’ latest enhanced vision systems sensor, the LFS6000, is now available for the Eclipse 550 twin-engine jet. This advanced technology sensor is showcased on the first production Eclipse 550, which made its debut this week at the National Business Aviation Association convention.