iFly EFB 12.2 allows pilots to share flight plans to and from Avidyne systems directly from their iFly EFB app, “streamlining the flight preparation process and ensuring data consistency between avionics systems,” company officials said.
The updated software adds new features for both fixed-wing and helicopter pilots, including visual approaches, VNAV, and certified TAWS options, according to company officials.
Avidyne Vantage features synthetic vision, hybrid touch user interface, dual-AHRS MFD reversion, and more. First certification for the new system will be legacy Cirrus aircraft with the Entegra flight deck.
The Avidyne SkyTrax200 includes dual-band (1090MHz and 978 MHz) ADS-B receivers that provide direct line-of-sight reception of ADS-B traffic targets for use in airspace in the U.S. and around the globe.
“The IFD100 app can now be displayed on a split screen with other apps that support multitasking.”
Pilots can create flight plans in the FMS and push them to Stratus Insight or push flight plans created on the app into their navigator.
The multifunction flight management system is designed for turbine aircraft and helicopters.
Air Plains Services is now a dealer for Avidyne avionics.
Avidyne’s ADS-B In solution, the SkyTrax 600 series, is now certified.