Duncan Aviation’s Glass Box Project has continued to expand its reach with certifications for Falcon 50s, Challenger 600s/601-1As, Falcon 900s, Astras, Hawker 800/800XPO/1000s and Gulfstreams. The company expects to soon be working on a Challenger 601-3A/3R installation.
Introduced in 2004, the Glass Box Project is an effort to make available the latest in emerging flat-panel retrofit technology. Reduced downtimes, risk and investment are being delivered with thorough preplanning with customers, the FAA, avionics and airframe OEMs and Duncan Aviation’s in-house engineering team. So far, the company has completed 26 retrofits on six different platforms, with three more projects underway.
The new displays are capable of displaying all the established avionics imagery, such as TCAS, TAWS, radar and navigation along with new latest features like Jeppesen charts, Nexrad weather, infrared Enhanced Vision Systems and others, Duncan Aviation officials explain.
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