Get your Pilot’s Guide to Avionics

NBAA Convention News » 2007
September 21, 2007, 6:51 AM

The Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA) is handing out free copies of its 2007/08 Pilot’s Guide to Avionics at its NBAA booth (No. 2831). The new edition contains more than 180 pages of current information on avionics equipment, as well as a worldwide directory of certified avionics manufacturers, distributors and facilities.

The Pilot’s Guide also provides articles designed to help with buying decisions. These include, among others, “New Products Pilots and Owners Will Want”; guides to audio panel systems, transponders, cockpit portables and integrated display technology; “Before and After Cockpit Makeovers”; the role of avionics in aircraft purchasing and “10 Questions To Ask Before Selecting an Avionics Shop.”

The guide is distributed to all AEA members, the National Association of Flight Instructors and flying clubs throughout the U.S. The booklet can also be obtained by requesting it online at www.aea.net/pilot.

Also available at its booth is AEA’s latest Intel Sheets on avionics, covering product specs, tech descriptions, FAA regs and other reference materials. Included are the association’s newest Intel Sheets–“Updated: Emergency Locator Transmitters” and “406 MHz Emergency Locator Transmitters Beacon Registration.”  

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