Guardian Avionics has released the new iFDR Panel Mount series. The mounts, designed for Apple’s iPhone 6, iPad Mini and iPad Pro (12.9-inch), hold the instrument flush with the panel. iFDR Panel Mounts create a clean and safe position for the iPhone or iPad in the cockpit and nearly connected to power and data as well as audio. [Read more…]
Electronic devices surround us. Personally, I think they are descendants of bunnies. They seem to multiply just as fast.
And with that rapidly growing population of electronics comes a voracious appetite for power. Power is easy to come by if you are at your home or office. But what if you’re on a cross-country (aerial or ground-bound)? What if you’ve gone camping or are otherwise off the grid? [Read more…]
There are many benefits to standardized arrival and departure routes. Noise abatement and terrain avoidance are two of the most prominent.
If Don Drummond has his way, a good many pre-planned routes will soon be popping up at smaller airports around the country. Drummond’s PilotPath is designed to aid the creation – and sharing – of arrival and departure routes. [Read more…]
Boldmethod has launched its first iOS app for its VFR Charts and Publications Course. The app lets pilots use the VFR Charts and Publications course on their iPad and iPhone, both online and offline. The app is free to download, and can be accessed by anyone who has purchased the VFR Charts and Publications course on Boldmethod.com. [Read more…]
BIG LAKE, ALASKA — Adding to its growing list of FAA PMA approved parts available in support of the world’s Caravan fleets, Airforms, Inc. has received FAA PMA approval for part number AF2612035-1, the Caravan Tail Tie-Down Handle.
The part is a direct replacement for Cessna P/N 2612035-1, and is eligible for installation on all Cessna model 208 and 208B aircraft. It is a precision fit, drop-in replacement for the OEM component, Airforms officials noted.
Aircraft interface is unchanged, as is interface with your existing tail stand. The part comes primed and ready for installation.
Airforms’ Chief Engineer Kyle Taylor explains, “We have been working with the fleet operators to identify opportunities for potential cost savings, while providing quality components that will stand the test of daily operations in some of the world’s harshest environments. We will continue to pinpoint these needs, and to offer solutions that provide both short-term and long-term savings for our customers.”
Airforms is a supplier of replacement engine baffles for a wide range of general aviation aircraft; products also include an expanding line of turboprop aircraft PMA parts, STCs, and hard to source parts for fleet operators. Airforms maintains an FAA approved manufacturing system for PMA parts, supported by an engineering department with FAA DER staff engineers.
For more information: Airforms.biz
OSCODA, Mich. — Aircraft Tool Supply now carries two video borescopes used to document maintenance issues, train mechanics, monitor progressive conditions, and provide evidence of work. [Read more…]
Aspen Avionics, manufacturer of the Evolution Flight Display system, has received FAA certification for its Evolution VFR PFD, a glass panel display designed specifically for pilots flying in the Visual Flight Rules (VFR) environment. Deliveries begin this month.
Kosola and Associates has developed an FAA approved kit to repair the Piper Seminole (PA-44-180) Carburetor Air Box Assembly. The kit will repair and reinforce the air box assembly to prevent cracking. Cost is $529 plus shipping and can be ordered from Kosola and Associates at 229-435-4119.