Elliott Makes EBACE Debut

EBACE Convention News » 2007
May 10, 2007, 11:08 AM

Business aviation services provider Elliott Aviation is making its EBACE debut this week. The 71-year-old company (Booth No. 1561) is showcasing its range of total aircraft solutions here, including its European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certified elite series cockpit upgrades. The upgrade includes installation of Universal Avionics’ EFI-890R large-format flat-panel display and Vision-1 synthetic vision system. The first installation of the elite series was on a French-registered 1982 Falcon 10/100.

U.S.-based Elliott has also recently earned EASA certification for its King Air RVSM package for European-registered King Air B200, 300 and 350 series aircraft with existing Collins APS-65H/J, Honeywell/Sperry SPZ-4000 and Bendix/King KFC-400 autopilots. Elliott employs European avionics maker Revue Thommen’s AD32 air data display with copilot alerter in the package.

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