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New database update options should offer significant savings for cockpits carrying multiple Garmin avionics products.
Attendees who purchase specific products from participating vendors can receive between $50 and $500.
The week-long event is open to anyone looking to explore opportunities in aviation.
The Calvin L. Carrithers Aviation Scholarship will be awarded to four aviation students by mid-August.
The Texas-based avionics manufacturer received an FAA expansion of its AML STC for its RANGR line of ADS-B transceivers
Thirty-six NGT-2000 units will be handed out during Oshkosh.
Prototype of the S-21 Outbound is still under construction, but details will be available at AirVenture
The manufacturer will host the AirVenture Cup Air Race and offer Zodiac oxygen masks while providing free GC-012 chargers to Oshkosh attendees.
Last year’s AirVenture star on its way for further high-altitude testing.
The propeller is lighter weight and increases speed, among other things.