New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit.
The first "passenger aircraft" to fly a satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) approach in Germany was a NetJets Phenom 300.
The Innovative Solutions & Support NextGen Flight Deck is now FAA STC approved for installation in the Pilatus PC-12.
The SmartSky 4G LTE airborne connectivity system is expected to go live later this year.
Flight-tests of time-based interval management in Moses Lake, Washington, could lead to reduced spacing and improved airport capacity.
The company's radios are EASA compliant.
The future is here, and its really, really small
Pilots using the GTN 650/750 or the G1000 NXi i with Flight Stream 510 can now wirelessly transfer Jeppesen terminal charts.
The IFD550 is intended to fill a niche for aircraft that would not otherwise be updated with integrated glass avionics suites.
The FAA has approved installation of TruTrak Vizion autopilot hardware in Cessna 172s and 177s in preparation for autopilot approval this summer.
New versions of Garmin's Pilot app are available for both the iOS and Android platforms.