Distribution of the 2012-13 edition of the Aircraft Electronics Association’s Pilot’s Guide to Avionics continues Oct. 30-Nov. 1 in Orlando, Fla., during the 65th annual National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Meeting & Convention. The free Pilot’s Guide will be available from AEA staff at booth No. 2591.
OSHKOSH — UAV Navigation reports that Burt Rutan’s Boomerang twin-engine, asymmetric plane has been fitted with an Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) which runs on the company’s AP04OEM2 Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS)/Inertial Navigation System (INS).
Duncan Aviation recently released a series of videos explaining Future Air Navigation Systems (FANS). This four-par series briefs pilots and aircraft owners on the evolution of FANS, how FANS operates, certification and upcoming mandates. [Read more…]
Esterline CMC Electronics’ SmartDeck avionics suite has been selected by Cobalt Aircraft Industries, of Saguenay, Quebec, as standard on the new Co50 five-place, single-engine aircraft.
PS Engineering is bringing back its incentive program known as “Plug ‘N Play – No Pay.” Aircraft owners with a GMA340 audio selector panel can upgrade to one of the PMA8000 series audio panels without installation labor costs, as part of the limited time offer.
EAST AURORA, N.Y. — Astronics Corp. has delivered the 600th Max-Viz enhanced vision system for installation on Cirrus SR22 airplanes.
Aspen Avionics has received FAA STC approval for installation of the Avidyne DFC90 Digital Autopilot into Cessna 182s when interfaced with Aspen’s Evolution 1000 Pro Primary Flight Display (PFD).
SoCal Jets, an aviation maintenance and repair facility at the Van Nuys Airport (VNY) in Southern California, now offers avionics service and support.
This is the 12th in a series of articles looking at the impact of the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) on GA pilots.
Are two systems better than one? For Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast, the cornerstone of the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen), the answer is yes and no.
General aviation is benefiting from changes to the switch to NextGen — think WAAS instrument approaches and T-routes — but the FAA needs to lay out a clear case for equipping aircraft with affordable systems to offer new benefits. That’s what the National Business Aviation Association’s Ed Bolen told a Congressional panel last week, according to a report at AOPA.org. “The FAA could alleviate lingering user uncertainty about costs and benefits of equipping aircraft early in the transition by laying out a clear case that firmly establishes system requirements, incentivizes early adoption, and provides accountability through the establishment of a comprehensive timeline and budget,” the report quotes Bolen.