Total avionics sales topped $2.4 billion in the first nine months of 2023, a 15.9% increase in total sales compared to the first nine months of 2022, according to the latest figures from the Aircraft Electronics Association.
Made of high visibility orange plastic, the boot is customized to provide a “hand-in-glove” protective fit over the tailBeaconX’s clear glass globe and dual ADS-B antennas to prevent accidental breakage, according to company officials.
The accessory, which adds Bluetooth connectivity to existing avionics, is compatible with general aviation avionics from companies like Garmin, Aspen Avionics, Avidyne, and more, according to company officials.
Starting Jan. 1, 2024, EDMO Distributors will be the exclusive distributor of Garmin GFC 500 and GFC 600 autopilot installation kits from Aviation Design and Supply.
The RA-4500 MKII is designed as a drop-in replacement for RA-4000 and RA-4500 radar altimeters installed prior to 5G C-band interference caused by 5G cell phone network transmissions, according to company officials.
Pacific Coast Avionics Co-founder, Vice President, and COO Dewey Conroy retired Oct. 1, 2023, with Randy Wright taking over as Operations Manager.
Neptune Aviation can now offer Garmin products to private aircraft owners, businesses, charter jets, and government agencies. It can also install and service Garmin products on any type of aircraft, including helicopters and experimental aircraft, according to company officials.
The meter includes a graphing function, which displays Gs over time using a color-coded scale.
Garmin has received FAA Supplemental Type Certification (STC) for the GFC 500 digital autopilot in additional aircraft, including the Cessna 177/177A Cardinal, the Beechcraft T-34A/T-34B series, and the Piper Seneca PA-34-200T and PA-34-220T II-V.