The King Air 350 is modified by Raisbeck Engineering with Hartzell’s newest structural composite 106-inch diameter lightweight five-blade propellers.
Garmin has introduced the D2 Charlie aviator watch, a timepiece that boasts global navigation information, moving maps and a host of connectivity options.
Designed with pilots, aviation enthusiasts and aspiring pilots in mind, the D2 Charlie aviator watch features real-time worldwide weather radar, as well as airport information that includes frequencies, runway information, weather data and more. [Read more…]
Garmin has introduced the GDL 82 Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) datalink, the latest addition to its line of certified ADS-B solutions.
The GDL 82 is a small, lightweight Universal Access Transceiver (UAT) with built-in GPS that integrates with the aircraft’s existing transponder and transponder antenna. [Read more…]
Garmin’s G5 electronic flight instrument will soon be compatible with a wide-range of third-party autopilots available on the market.
Using the new GAD 29B adapter, the G5 directional gyro (DG)/horizontal situation indicator (HSI) can interface with a variety of autopilots to provide heading and course error to drive the autopilot.
With a compatible navigation source, the G5 can also interface with select autopilots for coupled flight in heading and navigation modes. [Read more…]
Garmin has introduced the GFC 600 and GFC 500, solid state attitude-based (AHRS-derived) autopilots for fixed-wing general aviation aircraft.
The GFC 600 and GFC 500 incorporate a number of safety-enhancing technologies, including Electronic Stability and Protection (ESP), underspeed protection, overspeed protection, Level Mode, Flight Director (FD) and more, according to company officials. [Read more…]
Trig Avionics has introduced the latest additions to its line of radios: The TY96A and TY97A.
Both are slimline 760 channel VHF radios with 25kHz spacing. They include the same pilot friendly features as the TY96 and TY97 and are designed for pilots flying outside 8.33kHz mandated airspace, according to company officials. [Read more…]