New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit.
Starting June 25, LPV approaches at UK airports will be removed following the cessation on that date of the UK’s participation in EGNOS.
Avidyne now has FAA TSO approval for two new FMSs, the Atlas for fixed-wing aircraft and Helios for rotorcraft.
Business aviation operators are invited to try Skyconseil's Guidor app, which helps customers fly optimized trajectories.
Europe focus: enhanced flight vision systems
The aircraft systems group has stepped up investment in product improvements and sees growing demand for new installations of cabin and cockpit systems.
Based on the Collins Proline Fusion, the X-59 avionics were designed to account for the aircraft's lack of forward-looking windows.
Worldwide business and general aviation avionics sales in the first quarter fell 13.9 percent year-over-year, to about $568.8 million, AEA said.
Piper Aircraft recently received EASA approval for its M600/SLS Halo safety system and plans to begin deliveries to European customers in June.
Avidyne's now-certified Atlas FMS will add new life to legacy business jets.
For low-cost airborne connectivity, a portable Iridium satcom like this one offers a useful alternative.