Aviation International News September 2017 The circling approach to Runway 1 at New Jersey’s bustling Teterboro Airport, fresh in users’ minds after the fatal accident in May, offers more leeway to stay safe than pilots might think. We fly the Quest Kodiak utility turboprop single on one of New York’s Finger Lakes. Already a sizable airplane, it stands taller still on a $400,000 pair of Aerocet carbon-fiber amphibious floats and flies like a thoroughbred on and off the water. In Part 2 of our Cockpit Avionics special report, we focus on progress with head-up displays. We examine who is leading the way and what their efforts mean for business aircraft operations. View All Issues Premium Content - Registration Required You must be a registered user at AINonline.com in order to view this content. Username or e-mail * Password * Log in RegisterForgot Password?