Falcon 50 Next in Line To Fly with Max-Viz EVS

Aviation International News » May 2003
February 4, 2008, 8:29 AM

Seattle Falcon 50 operator Mariner Air has ordered a Max-Viz EVS-1000 enhanced-vision system (EVS), a setup that will include an uncooled IR sensor in the top of the tail and a head-down cockpit display. Western Aircraft of Boise, Idaho, will perform the installation. The Max-Viz sensor system was first certified in March aboard a Challenger 601-3A. Cessna has selected a dual-sensor version, the EVS-2000, for the Citation X and Sovereign. The latest system from Salem, Ore.-based Max-Viz, the EVS-2500, will be certified next year in a VIP Boeing 767-200.

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