Cabin & Cockpit Avionics

Aviation International News » March 2002
April 14, 2008, 11:59 AM

As business on a global scale reaches unprecedented levels, more business aircraft customers are demanding that their office in the sky offer the same capability as their office on the ground. And with the latest technology being offered for both cockpit and cabin, the dream appears to be near reality, from the safety of terrain awareness and warning systems (TAWS) in the cockpit to the “e-cabin” offering true high-speed Internet access and global voice communication systems. In this cabin and cockpit avionics special report, AIN takes a close look at new technology, and offers as well on subsequent pages: an examination of the effects of September 11 on the industry; profiles of two completion centers; and a view of the metal-plating process that adds the gloss to the business aircraft cabin.

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