New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit.
The move gives Germany's largest aviation services provider access to Rockwell Collins' full line up of cabin and avionics solutions.
Gulfstream's EFVS Landing System allows pilots to land using no natural vision to view the runway.
Thirty years after a TSB initial recommendation, Transport Canada is developing rules to require FDRs on all commercial and private business aircraft.
Avance L3 allows anyone onboard the aircraft to use email; send text messages and make voice calls with Gogo Text & Talk; and access flight apps.
Appareo's Stratus ES/ESG ADS-B Out STC now includes Cessna 400 series twins.
A Class II EFB for the Global 6000 is now certified and available from ABC Completions.
Garmin's GFC 500 autopilot is now available for Beechcraft Bonanza and Debonair models.
Denver, and Austin and Dallas, Texas, shops join those in Scottsdale, Arizona; Van Nuys, California; Las Vegas; and Houston with DGAC certification.
Thales aims to certify the device by 2020.
Cobham's SwiftBroadband satcoms facilitate secure passenger and flight deck communications.