New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit.
Reacting to last summer’s crash of Comair Flight 5191 at Blue Grass Airport in Lexington, Ky.–as well as countless runway incursions and serious on-airport
While FAA Administrator Marion Blakey and GA industry leaders wrangled over aviation user fees and taxes at the Aircraft Electronics Association’s 50th ann
The Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA) convention usually offers a sneak preview of the future of general aviation avionics.
In an effort it says is aimed at better serving customers, Honeywell's aerospace division is planning a major restructuring that will consolidate ope
Mercury Computer Systems introduced two new class II-qualified electronic flight bag (EFB) systems targeting operators of larger aircraft.
Wrapping up a major four-year effort, officials from Rockwell Collins, NASA Langley Research Center, the FAA and other entities were scheduled to conduct t
The extended comment period on the FAA's proposed rules on cockpit voice (CVR) and flight data recorders (FDR) ends today.
Like its non-turbine siblings–the DA40 Diamond Star and DA42 Twin Star–the Diamond D-Jet will feature a Garmin G1000 integrated avionics suite, Olathe, Kan
NBAA and the National Air Transportation Association submitted comments critical of the FAA's proposed rule to modify recording, sampling and installation
Jeppesen has assembled a team of engineers to look into complaints by users that the company’s latest electronic charting software, JeppView FlightDeck 3.0