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Aspen offers vision trial

Article | Sep 24, 2014

Aspen Avionics announced certification of a VFR primary flight display and a certified synthetic vision trial available at the other end of the Evolution line.

Avionics sales climb

Article | Sep 03, 2014

The Aircraft Electronics Association reports worldwide avionics sales for the first six months of 2014 increased 6.8 percent over the same period in 2013.

Small airport, huge losses

Article | Jul 16, 2014

Thieves working in the night carefully removed avionics from more than a dozen aircraft parked in hangars and on the ramp at Jerry Sumners Sr. Aurora Municipal Airport in Aurora, Missouri, taking something from nearly everyone.

NextGen mandate too expensive, AOPA member tells House committee

Advocacy | Jun 11, 2014

The FAA should leverage existing cockpit technologies to move NextGen forward before mandating new equipment, an AOPA member told the House Small Business Committee.

AOPA FOUNDATION JOINS FAA TO LAUNCH AVIATION WEATHER SAFETY CAMPAIGN

News release | May 05, 2014

The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) Foundation has joined with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and over a dozen other general aviation (GA) stakeholders on an eight month safety campaign titled, “Got Weather?” to help GA pilots prepare for potential weather challenges they may encounter during the 2014 flying season.

FreeFlight ADS-B installation list grows

Article | Mar 18, 2014

FreeFlight Systems announced several ADS-B installations and approvals during the Aircraft Electronics Association convention, held in Nashville March 12 through 15.

It takes a village: Comlux Bombardier 600 STC

Article | Mar 14, 2014

Comlux America’s STC will retrofit older Challenger jets so they can fly where Cockpit/Pilot Data Link Communications soon will be required.

Sandia introduces Quattro

Article | Mar 14, 2014

Sandia Aerospace has introduced the SAI 340 Quattro, a replacement for steam-gauge standby instruments in EFIS-equipped aircraft.

Bendix/King introduces new Internet connection system

Article | Mar 14, 2014

Bendix/King on March 13 introduced a new system for connecting pilots and passengers to the Web at a cost and weight that is lower than systems available previously.

Garmin debuts new AOA, radar altimeter systems

Article | Mar 14, 2014

Taking advantage of recent FAA rule changes, Garmin is introducing a new angle of attack system for $1,499 later this year, along with a new radar altimeter system.

Aspen introduces new VFR glass cockpit

Article | Mar 13, 2014

Aspen Avionics introduced a new VFR primary flight display at the Aircraft Electronics Association convention this. The new Evolution 1000 VFR PFD is a stripped-down version of the company’s popular Evolution 1000 Pro PFD.

Growth spurs avionics industry

Article | Mar 13, 2014

The general aviation avionics business generates some $2.4 billion in sales, spurring economic activity at hundreds of airports across the nation, according to a new report from the Aircraft Electronics Association.

Aspen begins ‘try it, you’ll like it’ campaign

Article | Mar 12, 2014

Aspen Avionics is offering 10 free flight hours of synthetic vision to its primary flight display customers. Don't buy it and the system goes away after 10 hours--once you're back safely on the ground.

Scholarships open for helo pilots, maintenance, more

Article | Oct 31, 2013

Scholarship applications have opened for rotary-wing commercial pilots and maintenance technicians, students seeking careers in the aircraft electronics and aviation maintenance industry, women in aviation maintenance, and Young Eagles.

Propelling GA with a united front

Article | Oct 24, 2013

A united front by the aviation associations can bring about positive change, but changing FAA priorities and budget challenges threaten to give airlines an upper hand.

Garmin introduces new traffic alert systems

Article | Mar 27, 2013

Garmin’s new radios, the GTR transceiver and GNC NAV/COMM series, feature text displays identifying the tuned frequency. Garmin announced a pair of new active traffic alert systems, and what amounts to an upgrade of an existing system priced at the entry level on March 26 at the Aircraft Electronics Association convention in Las Vegas.

Market report shows $6.3 billion in avionics sales

Article | Mar 27, 2013

Aircraft Electronics Association President Paula Derks made a pitch to attendees at the association’s annual convention to share sales data that will help make a case for the industry’s economic value. Avionics is a big business, and the Aircraft Electronics Association is working to find out exactly how big.

Standby attitude, altitude in a tiny package

Article | Mar 27, 2013

The MD302 Standby Attitude Module can also display in a vertical configuration. Weighing just 1.6 pounds with a two-inch by five-inch panel footprint, the MD302 Standby Attitude Module packs a lot into a small package: The solid-state instrument provides attitude, altitude, airspeed, and a turn coordinator on an easy-to-read screen that requires less space on the panel than any two of the traditional instruments it is designed to replace or backup.

Sporty's Foundation awards GA grants

Article | Feb 13, 2013

The Sporty's Foundation gave out $131,542 in grants in 2012, all designed to promote the interests of the next generation of general aviation. Spokesman Mark Wiesenhahn said that the foundation receives "dozens" of requests each year, and each is given careful consideration.

FCC takes measured approach to 121.5 MHz ELTs

Advocacy | Jan 09, 2013

The FCC has opted to ask questions and gather comments before taking further action on 121.5 MHz emergency locator transmitters.

Designee policy changes concern aviation industry

Advocacy | Nov 02, 2012

AOPA and six other aviation associations have requested that the FAA delay action on a proposed revision of its designee management policy and provide more time for the industry to study the 500-page document.

Avionics industry icon Monte Mitchell remembered

Article | Oct 17, 2012

Monte R. Mitchell, who built the Aircraft Electronics Association into a worldwide organization, died Oct. 16 following a brief illness.

High-level talks

Advocacy | Apr 05, 2012

Dozens gathered April 5 to listen to the top executives from several aviation associations participate in a roundtable discussion about the issues facing the industry. Paula Derks, president of the Aircraft Electronics Association moderated the panel as part of the AEA fifty-fifth annual International Convention and Trade Show.

GA Coalition sends letter to Senate in support of Chicago's Meigs Field

Article | May 15, 2002

PAMA GENERAL AVIATION COALITION members: Aircraft Electronics Association Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association Experimental Aircraft Association General Aviation Manufacturers Association Helicopter Association International International Council of Airshows, Inc National Aeronautic Association National Air Transportation Association National Aircraft Resale Association National Agricultural Aviation Association National Association of State Aviation Officials National Business Aviation Association Professional Aviation Maintenance Association Small Aircraft Manufacturers Association Soaring Society of America University Aviation Association U.S. Parachute Association ____________________________________ Chairman: Tom Poberezny, EAA President EAA Aviation Center, P.O.